Arnold & Scangas Architects specializes in historic restoration and rehabilitation of historic buildings, especially in Vermont Downtowns. We are committed to providing buildings that are healthy for the occupants and environmentally responsible. Most importantly, we enjoy what we do.
Things we do:
• Problem Solving/Team Work, Restoration Work
• Rehabilitation/Adaptive Reuse
• Experience with Secretary of Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation and the Reinvestment Historic Tax Credits Program
• Initial Assessments and Feasibility Studies
• Building Code and Accessibility Assessments
• Healthy, Low Maintenance and Energy Efficient Buildings.
For almost 40 years, Black River Design Architects has been finding creative ways to restore life to Vermont’s historic buildings while resolving building code, preservation, funding, and energy efficiency requirements. Notable projects include addition/renovations, adaptive reuse, and deep energy retrofits at Brantview in St. Johnsbury, the French Block in Montpelier, the Vermont History Center in Barre, and many more.
Bread Loaf provides integrated planning, design and construction services for clients seeking to create the highest level of historic and sustainable buildings. Our team of historic preservation specialists, architects, engineers, construction managers, cost estimators and LEED Accredited Professionals takes a holistic approach to finding innovative solutions to historic preservation projects.
Centerline is an award winning architectural firm located in Bennington and Burlington Vermont. Since 1989, we have offered a full range of planning and architectural design services. Centerline’s approach to historic preservation is all about balance. The key to successful preservation of a structure is to identify the key historic components and the key programmatic requirements and blending those into an integrated solutions. A useful building can last forever.
Freeman French Freeman’s expertise in historic preservation spans many decades and includes a wide range of building types. We take pride in our ability to integrate modern systems, meet current codes, improve functionality, and respect the unique character of the historic buildings under our care. Recent projects include the Flynn Theater, Hotel Saranac, and the Waterbury State Office Complex.
Jay White has focused his career of over 40 years in historic preservation with projects in Czech Republic, Vermont, New Hampshire, USVI and Arizona. Services include:
• Feasibility Studies
• Grant Applications
• Tax Credit Certifications
• Structural Wood and Masonry Analysis
• Accurate Restorations
• Adaptive Re-use
• Sensitive ADA Accessibility Interventions
• Municipal Offices, Historic Libraries, Residences, Inns, Restaurants.
*No charge for initial on-site consultations.
Maclay Architects provides professional design services focused on healthy buildings and communities. We design and plan for growth that preserves our unique heritage baed on Vermont’s historic and cultural resources. We design buildings that are durable, affordable, maintenance-friendly, energy efficient and healthy for their occupants and the environment.
NBF Architects is committed to the preservation of Vermont’s historic buildings. We have been fortunate to participate in many projects throughout the state and are particularly proud of our work on significant buildings in downtown Rutland. We enjoy contributing to projects that have a positive impact on our community and our Vermont way of life.
Robert Peabody Brown has 30 plus years of experience working with historic buildings in Vermont. He works on residential, commercial, and public buildings including Catamount Arts in St. Johnsbury, Old Stone House Museum Grammar School in Brownington, the Cobleig Library in Lyndonville, Barton United Church and the York Street Meeting House in Lyndon Center.
Stevens & Associates is a fully integrated, award-winning firm offering architecture, structural and civil engineering, landscape architecture, and development services. We are passionate about projects that embrace the historic fabric of our New England communities through adaptive reuse of old buildings, sensitive design of new buildings, and the creation of pedestrian-friendly downtowns.
VIA designers are sensitive to the beauty, variability, and vulnerability of Vermont’s precious natural and built landscapes and the transition areas in between. We aspire to strengthen communities, support local economies, and sustain healthy environments, while creating delightful and inspiring spaces. This often includes the restoration, renovation, and adaptive reuse of historic structures.