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Bishop’s Palace


historical-preservation

Construction of Bishop’s Palace began in 1887 and completed in 1893. The ornate Victorian-style house, located in Galveston, Texas, is made all of stone was sturdy enough to withstand the great hurricane of 1900. Zero/Six conducted an unmanned aerial systems (UAS) survey to obtain aerial photography to facilitate planning for repairs and maintenance on the historical building.

Additional Information

Owner: Galveston Historical Foundation

Client: RB Hash

Location: Galveston, Texas

Year Built: 1887-1893

Architect: Nicholas J. Clayton

Expertise:

  • Drone Survey

Markets: Civil & Historical Preservation

Project Scale:

  • 19,082 SF

Type of Construction: Forensic

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