The University of Vermont entrusted us with a significant project involving the historical Old Mill Building. The scope of work included the removal of all interior floor framing and a comprehensive renovation of the building, covering an area of 60,000 square feet. Additionally, we constructed a six-story connector, completely removed interior walls and floors, reinforced the structure, added a fourth floor, and made an addition to the Lafayette building. These extensive renovations and additions were aimed at revitalizing and preserving the historical significance of the Old Mill Building.
In recognition of our meticulous work on the project, we were honored with a Citation of Award from the esteemed Chittenden County Historical Society. This recognition highlights our commitment to preserving and enhancing historical structures while ensuring they meet modern standards. The architectural expertise for the project was provided by Smith, Alvarez, Sienkiewycz architects, and our role was as the construction manager, overseeing and coordinating the various aspects of the project to achieve its successful completion.
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