Bethel Better Block Project
The University of Vermont Historic Preservation Program's Contribution to Teaching and Shaping Historic Preservationists in Vermont
Saving Plainfield's historic Town Hall Opera House
The Stewardship of the Green Mountain Seminary building
Renovation of Park House, an affordable, congregate housing facility for independent seniors and individuals with disabilities
Bristol Village Cohousing- Preservation and adaptive reuse of three historic downtown homes into a 14 unit cohousing community.
Preservation/adaptive re-use in Bristol.
Rehabilitation and expansion, Windsor County Court House, Woodstock, VT
Originally built as the Town School in 1884, the Town of Hartford Municipal Offices are located in downtown Hartford. The building has been meticulously renovated to simultaneously bring the building back to its historic prominence, while modernizing and upgrading the building to a Net Zero ready facility. The work included upgrades to the accessibility of the building, increased resiliency against flood damage, and a complete rebuilding of the structural frame. This was achieved while enhancing
The re-opening and restoration of Santa's Land, theme park in Putney, Vermont.
The Peacham Cafe LLC, a subsidiary of Peacham Community Housing has carefully restored a building that once housed a general store (and later a fire station then a bus barn) into a delightful cafe with a small, but important, grocery section. The cafe has become a major social gathering place in Peacham in addition to serving excellent meals throughout the year. PTV support was instrumental in making this project possible.
Adaptive Reuse and Renovation of St. Benedict's Catholic Church (1888-2008) / historic General Store (1823-1888) in the Village of North Hero.