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John Purple Howard’s Historic Bust Returns to Old Mill

John Purple Howard MagCoverWith the help of Alpine Building Restoration, the rested, reinforced and restored bust of John Purple Howard returned to the front of Old Mill on the University of Vermont Campus. Read More…

Northern Residence, Vermont B/A Magazine June, 2013

vermont baFollowing two years of extensive planning and construction, this magnificent residential estate settles into its foundation nestled high in the hills of northern Vermont. Sited for its unbeatable view of the adjacent mountain range and valley below, the lodge-style residence blends harmoniously with its surrounding mountainous environment. Crafted with organic structural materials, designed and engineered by the state’s top building professionals, the finished product is a true collaboration of original Vermont ingenuity and craftsmanship. Read more…

Building + Design Magazine, Nov, 2011

Building Brick and Masonry Design for Commercial BuildingsBrick and stone masonry have served as reliable and valuable elements of commercial building projects for centuries, gracing urban and rural landscapes since time immemorial. Building Teams have trusted clay brick to bring durability and sustainable qualities as well as good performance in moisture and thermal protection to their projects. More recently, brick veneers have begun to offer attractive structural potential with high strength-to-weight ratios, and masonry veneers are available in literally thousands of configurations and looks. Read more… 

Preserving Historic VT, Stowe Reporter Nov, 2011

stowe reporterAccording to the National Register of Historic Places, Vermont is home to over 8,500 historic buildings. This official archive is part of the national list of historic and cultural resources worthy of preservation. Although the majority of the buildings are individually listed properties and privately owned residences, many others are preserved for commercial, religious and institutional uses. Read more…