H.P. Cummings Construction Company, as the Construction Manager, successfully completed the Pavilion Addition and Supreme Court Renovations project for the State of Vermont Buildings & General Services. The project involved a significant addition to the existing Pavilion building, encompassing 9,300 square feet of renovations, and the construction of a three-story connector between the Supreme Court Building and the Capital Complex in Montpelier, Vermont.
One of the notable challenges faced during this project was the tight urban site between the two buildings. Despite the constraints, our team worked diligently to overcome the logistical difficulties and ensure a smooth execution of the construction process.
The renovations at the Supreme Court building included the installation of a sprinkler system within historically sensitive areas of the building. Careful attention to detail was crucial to preserve the building’s architectural integrity while ensuring the safety of its occupants.
David Burley from the Department of State Buildings praised our team for their exceptional work on the project, stating, “This project required extraordinary attention to detail and careful management of subcontractors. The work was accomplished on schedule, with nearly flawless results.”
H.P. Cummings Construction Company, in collaboration with the architectural firm The Burley Partnership, meticulously executed the Pavilion Addition and Supreme Court Renovations project. Our commitment to delivering exceptional craftsmanship and precise project management enabled us to meet the unique requirements of this complex undertaking.
We are proud to have contributed to the enhancement of the Capital Complex in Montpelier, Vermont, and to have served the State of Vermont Buildings & General Services. H.P. Cummings Construction Company remains dedicated to delivering outstanding construction projects that meet the highest standards of quality and client satisfaction.