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St. Pauls Catholic Church Reroofing

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This historic Gothic Revival style sanctuary project consists of an evaluation of roof systems and stone walls at the roof for damage and leakage, the preparation of demolition plans, and design for a detailed roof replacement, along with the stone and all associated materials for replacement.

DoG Street Pub

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While adaptive use of former bank buildings is certainly not unique, it is not often that the bank building was designed in 1929 by Perry, Shaw, & Hepburn Architects in one of America's first shopping centers - Merchant's Square.

Henrico Theater Renovation & Addition (Auditorium)

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This renovation of a 1938 Art Deco Theater transformed the 74-year-old movie theater into a multi-use cultural arts facility, with state-of-the-art theater, sound, and projection systems.

Henrico Theater Renovation & Addition
Henrico Theater Renovation & Addition
Westgate Historic Williamsburg

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The renovation of this early 1960’s motel into a timeshare resort converted the otherwise mundane structure into a stately complex complete with a columned covered entry and fountain. The flanking apartments were given new life by adding an arched colonnade at each level of the three-story buildings.

Westgate Historic Williamsburg
Blue Talon Bistro

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The exterior and addition to this existing retail space built in the 1930’s and located in Williamsburg’s Merchant’s Square, was designed to maintain the building’s original character. Inside the award winning design continued, by using unique finishes and colors to create a warm “French Bistro” environment that was the vision of award winning chef David Everett and his partner Adam Steely.

Blue Talon Bistro
Blue Talon Bistro
Williamsburg Transportation Center Restorations

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This train station was built in 1938 to bring tourists to the newly restored Colonial Williamsburg. The City purchased the building and wanted to transform it into a multi-modal transportation center. The project reorganized the site to accommodate the various needs, provided satellite parking, and renovated the building by reorganizing the users into an interior expanded into the unused former freight areas.

Williamsburg Transportation Center (Photo by Rob Park)
Williamsburg Transportation Center (Photo by Rob Park)
Confederate Hills Recreation Center

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The adaptive use of this 1925 Locomotive Club breathed new life into a rundown structure. The removal of various additions which had been attached to the building over the years allowed the building’s distinctive gables to direct the design of the renovated community center.

Confederate Hills Recreation Center
Hart Farm Restoration

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This farmhouse (c.1860) in Petersburg, VA was in the middle of the battlefield of what was the last battle of the Civil War. The Owner wanted to restore it so that it looked as it would have during that battle. Substantial research by our team made possible the transformation of the farmhouse back to its authentic original appearance.

Hart Farm Restoration
Hart Farm Restoration
Church-On-The-Maine

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The design for future interpretation of this 1.37-acre archaeological site includes an arboretum, several pathways, and a reinterpretation of the original 1750's church footprint, as well as a historical plaque.

Historic Grace Church Entry Ramp

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As an addition to the historical Grace Episcopal Church built in 1697, this simple, elegant ramp and stairs were required to meet the guidelines for a building on the National Register of Historic Places, as well as the National Park Service, which operates the adjacent Yorktown Battlefield.



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