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Representative Projects Undertaken By Blue Brick Preservation

National Register Nominations

Spencer Hollow School, Springfield, VT
Historic one-room, brick school house - it may be the oldest one of its kind in Vermont.

Terraces Historic District, Hartford, VT
Residential district built by and for the merchant classes of White River Junction during the railroad era.

Moran Municipal Generating Station, Burlington, VT
The mid-century coal-fired electricity-generating plant was the only one of its kind erected in Vermont and gained international acclaim for innovative uses and adaptations of existing technologies.

Winooski Falls Mill Historic District (Boundary Increase), Winooski, VT
The c.1909 Carbonizing Plant of the American Woolen Company was an integral component of mill operations until the mid-1900s, but had inadvertently been omitted from the initial district nomination. The brick structure was constructed to facilitate fast, cost-effective processing of raw, untreated wool.

George-Pine-Henry Street Historic District, Bellows Falls, VT
Williams Street Extension Historic District, Bellows Falls, VT
Largely intact residential districts constructed between c.1880 and 1905 to accommodate an influx of workers for then-expanding local industries.

Bottum Farm, New Haven, VT

Scampini Block, Barre, VT
Owned by the Northfield Bank, this distinctive granite structure was built in 1904 by Angelo Scampini and features large plate glass windows, polished granite columns, and carved garlands of grapes and wheat.

Rehabilitation Investment Tax Credit Applications (RITCs)

St. Albans House, St. Albans, VT
State and federal tax credits for rehabilitation plan for historic downtown hotel.

Moran Municipal Generating Station, Burlington, VT
Rehabilitation plan for an abandoned power plant that aims to revitalize a large, brick structure on the city's waterfront for public use.

Aldrich Block, Barre, VT
Rehabilitation plan for historic bank building gutted by fire.

St. Alban's Foundry, St. Albans, VT
Mixed use rehabilitation plan, which includes a high-end restaurant and office space, for a core property in St. Alban's historic district.

111 St. Paul Street, Burlington, VT
Mixed use rehabilitation plan for contributing building in one of Burlington's National Register Historic Districts.

Commercial Buildings & Theater, Fair Haven, VT
Late 19th-century commercial buildings, in Fair Haven's historic business district, with an adaptive rehabilitation proposal for mixed use.

Bottum Farm, New Haven, VT
Rehabilitation of a large c.1912 dairy barn into a commercial bakery.

Compliance Review

Residential Solar Installations
Review of solar installations and energy efficiency improvements for historic homeowners hoping to take advantage of energy rebates.

Moran Municipal Generating Station, Burlington, VT
Review of proposed rehabilitation for historic coal-fired electrical plant.

JJ Flynn Elementary School, Burlington, VT
Review of proposed energy efficiency improvements including window replacement and systems upgrades.

Lawrence Barnes School, Burlington, VT
Documentation of historic interior and exterior features and review of proposed energy efficiency improvements including window replacement, systems upgrades, interior alterations and construction of new primary entrance.

Westford Public Library, Westford, VT
Review of proposed energy efficiency improvements, including insulation of exterior wall cavities and attic.

Edmunds Middle School, Burlington, VT
Federal funding for new interior acoustical improvements to the c.1951 gymnasium of the c.1900 school triggered Section 106 Review.

East Avenue, Burlington, VT
A plan for the development of a "co-housing community" by Burlington Co-Housing Development LLC prompted an ACT 250 Review.


Tralee House, Winhall, VT
Photographic documentation of historic house as part of redevelopment plans for a public natural resources conservation and recreation area.

Mady Block, Burlington, VT
Evaluation of significance & conditions, photodocumentation of historic structures prior to removal as part of redevelopment of prominent property by the Burlington waterfront.

The Freight House, Waterbury, VT
Evaluation of significance and photographic documentation of historic railroad freight house.

East Allen Street, Winooski, VT
Photodocumentation of historic structures in downtown Winooski prior to redevelopment as a community college campus.

Woodbury-Wick House, Burlington, VT
Documentation of significant features and historic outbuildings as part of redevelopment plans for the property.

Abare House, Intervale Road, Burlington, VT
Documentation prior to removal of a historic resource, to serve as archival reference of the structure.

Goodenough Farmstead, West Brattleboro, VT
Documentation of a pre-1790 dwelling of unusual design and English Bank Barn.

Other Projects

HUD Grant Management,VT
Administration of HUD / EDI grants to statewide repair / renovation projects.

Monkton Town Hall, Monkton, VT
Relocation of a National Register-listed building required an assessment of impact and completion of a Supplementary Listing Record (SLR) to ensure its continued listing.

Appletree Point Farm, Burlington, VT
History of an early Burlington farm, associated with the family of Governor Urban Andrain Woodbury and prominent Vermont architect Louis Sheldon Newton.

Crystal Lake State Park, Barton, VT
Research and documentation for interpretive panels documenting the history and natural resources of Crystal Lake as part of a wind energy project.

Zadock Wheeler Farm, Charlotte, VT
History and building chronology, undertaken as a first step in the development of a comprehensive and appropriate preservation plan for the property.

Moran Municipal Generating Station, Burlington, VT
Feasibility study, historic structure assessment and historical report on public power generation for a complex of industrial buildings on Burlington's waterfront.

Ferrisburg Grange, Ferrisburg, VT
Salvage report after devastating fire destroyed the building.


Note: A number of projects were completed under our former name of New England Preservation Collaborative.

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