Posted: Aug 09, 2017 12:38 PM EDT
Updated: Aug 24, 2017 08:47 AM EDT
Construction crews worked over 17 days on renovations to the West Wing and exterior of the White House.
Portable storage units are outside the West Wing.
M&F Concrete workers install granite curbs at the White House.
Workers from M&F Concrete lower a slab of granite for a curb.
Workers will also be doing structural repairs and HVAC work.
Cosmetic upgrades include fresh paint, carpet and curtains.
Renovations to the Navy Mess kitchen, the West Wing lower lobby and the IT system will also take place.
Workers measure and cut new carpeting in the driveway on the West Wing.
Furniture and other materials from the White House stored in PODS.
Construction crews repair the South Portico steps.
Workers lay new carpeting in the hallway between the lower and upper press offices.
The Oval Office sits empty with plastic sheets covering the walls during the renovation project.
A desk with a panic button sits in the Roosevelt Room during the project.
The Roosevelt Room acts as a storage room for the construction workers.
New steps at the South Portico were constructed.
The limestone steps dated back to the Truman administration.
A welcome back sign at the West Wing entrance of the White House.
The Roosevelt Room of the White House after the renovations.
The Oval Office of the White House. President Trump was personally involved in the selection of the new wallpaper.