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Topic - Justin Kieffer
Congress will cover the Capitol's dome in scaffolding in November as part of a two-year restoration to fix more than 1,000 cracks that have developed over the decades, the building's administrators said Tuesday.
"The delivery will be rescheduled but the project is still on schedule," said Justin Kieffer, a spokesman for the Architect of the Capitol.
At the Capitol, the restoration will remove old paint and repair the cast iron dome, which has small leaks, before repainting and weatherproofing, said Justin Kieffer, a spokesman for the Architect of the Capitol.