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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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Allegrone is in the midst of completing Camp Eisner’s new Machon Leadership Center. This 8,000 square foot center is the first commercial building in Great Barrington to undergo full energy rating testing, which included inspections which included blower door and ventilation testing. As expected, the building passed with flying colors!
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Preservation Massachusetts (PM) hosted the 2015 Annual Paul E. Tsongas Awards Dinner and honored 30 preservation projects across the Commonwealth. The event was held at the Fairmont Copley Plaza in downtown Boston, celebrating transformative projects such as Lovejoy Wharf, the new Converse Headquarters in Boston's North End, the Burnham Building in Downtown, Boston, and Allegrone's preservation of The Howard Building, a collaboration with their project team of Durkee Brown Viveiros & Werenfels Architects and the Architectural Heritage Foundation. Each of the 30 awardees took home the Paul E. Tsongas Award, Preservation Massachusetts' highest honor.
Take a peak at the video below shown at the awards ceremony in honor of Allegrone and the preservation of The Howard Building. Click read more below to learn more about the event and Preservation Massachusetts.
Check out this video of the Carriage House move as part of the Gore Place project in Waltham, MA.
PITTSFIELD >> Carmella Scelsi hopes to find the new Berkshire Place as welcoming as the century-old one she's called home the past four years.
On Wednesday, Scesli will be among the dozens of current long-term residents moving from the original skilled nursing facility at 89 South St. to the more spacious, state-of-the art, $10 million complex a half mile away at 260 South St.
The project's general contractor, Allegrone Construction Co. of Pittsfield, employed a number of local subcontractors, putting 100 skilled laborers to work. Project superintendent Rob Rosier, who led the tour, said the goal was to ensure Berkshire Place belonged in its new neighborhood.
"The building was designed to fit well with the contour of the land," he said.
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