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Smith College’s new Carol T. Christ Asian Art Gallery now open to the public! Congrats to the hard work and dedication by our Allegrone project team:
Superintendent: Aaron Singer
PM: Gianni Russo
Project Executive: Jim Culliton
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For the majority of the past two years, volumes of people traveling through Park Square couldn't help but notice the Bank Row building draped in green netting and covered in scaffolding. But few had a true view of what was happening underneath and behind the scenes — until now.
An 84-minute documentary film, "This Place Really Matters," created by local historian John Dickson, will debut on Pittsfield Community Television's "Access Pittsfield" Channel 16 (also 116-3).
"This Place Really Matters" will be shown on PCTV Channel 16 several times in the coming week:
Monday (10/12), 9 p.m.
Thursday (10/15), noon
Oct. 17, 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 19, 9 p.m.
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The Berkshire Theatre Group has recruited Allegrone to restore the historic Thaddeus Clapp House on Wendell Avenue. This adaptive reuse project will convert the Clapp House into 10 housing units for those performing at the Colonial Theatre.
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This past April, we began our project on the restoration of the Crane Estate’s Italian Garden, located on Argilla Road in Ipwish, MA. Our team will restore the masonry, install new drainage, and make structural repairs to the water basin of the garden. The project is set to be completed this year, and patrons will be able to enjoy the newly restored gardens come November.
After a yearlong construction process, the Hawthorne Valley Farm Store celebrated its official grand reopening last Sunday, June 28.
Allegrone Construction of Pittsfield, Mass. completed the construction project back in 2014. The expansion project included an additional 430 square feet to offer expanded café seating, and a redesign of the front of the store to increase the produce, cheese and deli selections.
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