Despite the hot and windy weather in Bismarck the past few weeks, crews are still right on track when it comes to the State Capitol.
A restoration company out of Kansas continues to work, cleaning the building.
Crews work through the night hours on North Dakota's capitol, they work anywhere from ground level up to the top story of the building, 250 feet in the air.
"You know sometimes the storms blow in on us at night and just shut us down, but we're learning how to acclimate to that," Vice President of Mid-Continental Restoration Company Matt Deloney said.
They're doing everything from cleaning the limestone, to making sure the stone on the structure hasn't shifted.
"We're resetting and re anchoring some of the stones that have shifted and displaced and then re pointing all the motor joints to prevent additional moisture from getting back in there and causing additional damage," Deloney said.
Infact some of the stones have shifted, and crews are taking them out to make adjustments.
"You can look up here and see one that we have out, it's getting ready to go back in but we're just resetting it and installing new anchors," Deloney said.
The other task of this project is to clean the limestone, but crews say to the average eye, the cleaning won't be noticeable because the product they're using isn't as aggressive as a lot of cleaners.
"This project we're using one of the mildest cleaners available and it's very friendly from a biological standpoint," Deloney said.
So if you continue to see workers hanging from the building in the coming months, just be patient as they work to keep North Dakota's capitol, legendary.
Crews have several other stones that will be taken out to make adjustments to the anchors --- the project is scheduled to be complete by November 13, 2012.