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Check out this video of the Carriage House move as part of the Gore Place project in Waltham, MA.
Plans to renovate the Stockbridge Library are moving ahead now that Allegrone Construction Co. of Pittsfield has been awarded a $2.5 million contract for the project. (Ben Garver — The Berkshire Eagle)
The first major renovation of the historic Stockbridge Library, Museum and Archives since 1937 is moving ahead, now that Allegrone Construction Co. of Pittsfield has been awarded the $2.5 million contract for the project.
"Work is officially under way," said library director Katie O'Neil. A capital campaign for the massive reconstruction has raised more than half of its $3.2 million goal, she told The Eagle.
The library, which celebrated its 150th anniversary in August, is awaiting a decision from the state on its application for historic renovation tax credits, which could yield as much as $500,000 for qualified restoration expenses. The private fundraising campaign was led by a $250,000 gift from the Jack and Jane Fitzpatrick Trust.
Allegrone, with a long history of historic site renovations such as the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington, was awarded the contract as the low bidder for the project, which was designed by Centerline Architects & Planners of Bennington, Vt.
Read the full article by the Berkshire Eagle here.
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Allegrone Masonry raises and lays the 1,516th and final stone into place at the historic Berkshire Athenaeum building in Pittsfield's Park Squre.
Scaffolding has concealed the exterior of the Berkshire Athenaeum building for several months as Allegrone Masonry has worked carefully and diligently to repair the deteriorated stone facade. The existing stone wall was labelled, inventoried, disassembled, and reinstalled from July 15, 2014 through October 25, 2014. In this time, Allegrone Masonry laid 1,516 stones and placed by hand 123 yards of vertical, one sided, structurally reinforced concrete.
Scaffolding will be removed this week, returning the historic building as a focal point of Park Square! Work will continue elsewhere within the building through Spring 2015.
The new 43,000 sf, 54 bed home for the established long term nursing care facility nears its highly anticipated completion within two weeks!
Destination Jewelry - craftsmanship, design, and history collide to birth the new home of McTeigue & McClelland Jewelers in Great Barrington
The former Christian Science church, dating back to 1850, provides 7,500 sf for the new retail showroom and workshop of MCII.
The stunningly gorgeous and meticulously handcrafted jewelry of McTeigue and McClelland has left its iconic yellow cottage on Main Street in Great Barrington and relocated to a new icon just up the road.
“It all fell into place incredibly well,” says McTeigue. "It was a collaborative effort between our architect, Clark and Green, and contractor Allegrone. They brought the best of what they do.”
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