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Industry Connect: New Research into Daylight Exposure in Heritage Buildings to Help Conservation

daylight

New research into the distribution of natural light and its level of exposure in historic buildings has been the focus of recent research. The work included imaging methods to measure where the natural light falls at different points throughout the day and over several months in one particular building, with a researcher's keen eye to balance visitor enjoyment with the preservation of paintings, textiles and furniture that are vulnerable to light fading and aging.

Gore Place Celebration

carriagehouse

Back in late August, 2014, we were in the midst of moving this 40-by-70-foot, two-story Carriage House from the northwest corner of Gore St. down 350 feet south.

Tonight, we were invited to attend the Carriage House Celebration Gala in rejoice of it's restoration. The event will begin at 6 PM and is set to run though the night. This historic building will house a wonderful evening filled with select cocktails, fine dinner, and good company.

Restoration of the Original Berkshire County Courthouse

New County Courthouse

After a long year of hard work, the restoration of the Berkshire County Courthouse is almost complete.  With the exception of a few minor exterior touchups, the substantial phases of the renovation are finished: the second floor apartments, the storefronts on the first floor, and building envelope.

March at the Stockbridge Library

Stockbridge Library

Allegrone has been hard at work on the renovation of our 46 Main Street building. Last week, we were delighted to give a tour of the construction site to the Stockbridge Selectmen and Finance Committee. 

Many thanks to our project superintendent Roger Gaylord, who led the tour, giving our visitors their first look at the progress of the renovation, including framing and foundation work.

For the full article from the Museum & Archives' Now & Then newsletter click read more below

Allegrone Honored at 2015 Preservation Massachusetts Awards Dinner

2015 PM

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Preservation Massachusetts (PM) hosted the 2015 Annual Paul E. Tsongas Awards Dinner and honored 30 preservation projects across the Commonwealth.  The event was held at the Fairmont Copley Plaza in downtown Boston, celebrating transformative projects such as Lovejoy Wharf, the new Converse Headquarters in Boston's North End, the Burnham Building in Downtown, Boston, and Allegrone's preservation of The Howard Building, a collaboration with their project team of Durkee Brown Viveiros & Werenfels Architects and the Architectural Heritage Foundation.  Each of the 30 awardees took home the Paul E. Tsongas Award, Preservation Massachusetts' highest honor.  

Take a peak at the video below shown at the awards ceremony in honor of Allegrone and the preservation of The Howard Building.  Click read more below to learn more about the event and Preservation Massachusetts.

 

 

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Japanese Teahouses on a pristine, historic estate in Pennsylvania; one of many amazing, unique structures that our team had the opportunity to restore. 
#japaneseteahouse #historicrestoration #architecture
Allegrone provided design-build services for a full renovation of Lee Bank’s Great Barrington Branch. The redesign was driven by the need to enhance and improve both customers’ and employee’s experience in the space.

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Bostwick Gardens paves the way for new affordable, modern senior housing in Great Barrington, MA. The project involved renovation and upgrades to the existing 29 unit apartment building. The new construction phase was performed simultaneously and included the addition of a new 31 unit, 3 story building on the adjoining lot. The new combined facility includes a game room, an exercise room, a large community kitchen and a community garden.

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A huge heartfelt thank you to all our partners for helping us make Central Berkshire Habitat for Humanity’s #HomeBuildersBlitz a reality. One week down, many more to go to complete the Gordon-Deming Village. 
Shout-out to out to the members of our project team for their tremendous dedication and hard work:

Project Manager- Joe Simon
Superintendent - Aaron Singer 
Superintendent - Clayton Babcock 
Principal - Lou E Allegrone
Architect - Anthony Allegrone

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89 South Senior Living Community Pittsfield, MA.

Originally built in 1888 as the Berkshire County Home for Aged Women, the design entailed restoring and replicating prominent historic details, which pay homage to the Richardsonian Romanesque architecture, while incorporating a new transitional style that boasts the comforts of multifamily living in the modern age.  The program houses 18 residential units along with shared amenities including dining cafe, reading and fitness and educational uses. 
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Full steam ahead! Day 4 of our progress at the Gordon-Deming Village in Pittsfield. September 7-14

Habitat for Humanity’s Home Builders Blitz brings together professional builders from all over for one shared purpose - to build safe and affordable housing for families in need of a decent place to call home. 
#homebuildersblitz2019 #homebuildersblitz #intheberkshires #habitatforhumanity #affordablehousing #architecture #construction