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133 State Street Renovations

Montpelier, VT

Project Type: Historic and General
  • OWNER: State of Vermont Buildings & General Services
  • ARCHITECT: Smith, Alvarez, Sienkiewycz, Architects

This project involved the interior renovation of 133 State Street, a 100,000 SF building that is on the State Register of Historic Places and is adjacent to the Vermont State House.

Renovations included new mechanical and electrical systems and the restoration of historic spaces, which included a two-story state meeting room, auditorium and public lobbies and corridors, bathroom renovations, finishes, doors and hardware, restoration of decorative plaster work, marble and woodwork, replacement of the building’s elevators, work necessary to bring the building into conformance with ADA and building codes, installation of automatic sprinkler, data, fire alarm, phone and CATV systems, replacement of the building’s MEP systems, extensive interior renovations to accommodate office, meeting and function space for multiple state departments.

This project was phased over several years to allow partial owner occupancy throughout construction.

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