Historic Restoration and Adaptive Reuse Projects
The New England area has many old, historic buildings, and we believe strongly that these buildings can contribute to the vitality of a community if restored and renovated properly.

WINDSOR TRAIN STATION & FREIGHT HOUSE, Windsor, Connecticut   (Photo)
  
Town of Windsor, Connecticut
Development feasibility study in association with 2 planning consultants, and subsequent complete architectural services for restoration of 2 historic buildings incorporating transit waiting facilities, office space and a theme restaurant. 

DEXTER CORPORATION PLANT IMPROVEMENTS, Windsor Locks, Connecticut  (Photo)
Dexter Nonwovens Division
Complete architectural services for renovation and historic restoration of a historic industrial building complex.  The project included repair of the concrete frame, window replacement, new canopy and security office, and repainting of all trim.

JEFFERSON COURT MEDICAL CONDOMINIUM, Hartford, Connecticut
One Main Street Associates
Complete architectural services for the renovation/restoration of 3 historic buildings at Jefferson and Main Streets for use as medical offices, including preparation of historic certification forms, development of plans for condominium documents, and space planning of new office suites.

TOWER BUSINESS CENTER, Hartford, Connecticut
Robert Sheridan & Partners
Extensive services for proposed improvements to the historic 200,000 sq.ft. former Fuller Brush Building, Main Street, Hartford, including: Master development plan and design analysis; Entrance, Lobby, and Model Office Improvements; and Tenant Improvements for State of Connecticut (60,000 sq.ft.).

PHILADELPHIA SQUARE, Hartford, Connecticut   (Photo)
Philadelphia Square Associates (David G. Case, General Partner)
Complete architectural services for the renovation of an historic 5-story building at 253-257 Main Street, for use as professional offices.

SPENCER'S RESTAURANT, THE LINDEN BUILDING, Hartford, Connecticut
Richard McKenna
Complete architectural services for an underground addition to the historic Linden Building at 10 Capitol Avenue to accommodate dining and service areas with outdoor dining terrace above. The project included interior improvements in approximately 7,500 sq.ft. of the existing building.

251-255 ASYLUM STREET, Hartford, Connecticut
Keith Corporation
Feasibility study, project planning and architectural design for 45,000 sq.ft. office and retail development in downtown Hartford involving renovation of existing historic building.

THE RICHARDSON MALL, Hartford, Connecticut
Development Spectrum Inc.
Master Development Plan outlining long-term improvements to be made to both retail and office areas of this historic building in downtown Hartford, including: Promotional floor plans for use in marketing; Measured floor plans and area take-offs for tenant units; Design studies for entrances, elevators and other mall areas; Complete architectural services for the 14,000 sq.ft. Food Court, including space planning, design, construction drawings, furniture selection, signage guidelines, and finish selections.

LEWIS STREET BISTRO RENOVATION, Hartford, Connecticut
Thomas Tramont
Complete architectural services for renovation of existing historic building for new restaurant and offices.

79 VERNON STREET RENOVATION, Hartford, Connecticut
Trinity College
Complete architectural services for the renovation of a 75 year-old house for continued use as alumni relations and public relations offices.


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Last Updated 1/2/99