A 2015 Project: rebuilding a Shakespeare & Company’s foundation wall
Restoration often doesn’t look pretty in the beginning
Stockbridge Stone repaired a building on the Shakespeare & Company’s grounds in Lenox, Massachusetts this summer. It represents the kind of renovation projects we are often called on to do. Old buildings have both an aesthetic and historical value, and many clients find these practical structural repairs are a great way to save their beautiful buildings.
There is a lot that goes into these projects: avoiding gas lines, moving electric lines, and addressing drainage problems. And, of course, close attention to the engineering that has gone into these projects. Don’t be fooled by how messy and chaotic it can look during construction.
Stockbridge Stones’s job nears completion. Now it awaits the carpenters, siding specialists, and the landscapers.