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Gillen
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Dial Self, Turners Falls, MA
Dial Self is a social services organization that provides residential and support services to youth at risk. The proposed renovation of the three story brick building that currently houses eight residents and staff will include complete renovation of the existing four units with new kitchens and baths, new interior egress stair to replace an existing exterior stair, and a complete gut/rehab of the first floor for new common rooms, staff offices and residential apartments. Construction to be completed by Summer 2007.


896 Longmeadow Street, Longmeadow, MA
Bay Path College purchased this 1912 home on the historic Longmeadow Green to be renovated for the presidents new home. Renovation includes complete exterior restoration of existing wood siding and trim and porches, new windows, and a new addition that will capture the character of the existing house.


46·48 School Street, Northampton, MA
A gut/rehab as well as an addition to an existing 100 year old house in downtown Northampton for use as affordable rental housing units owned and developed by Valley Community Development Corporation. Currently awaiting funding under Massachusetts “One Stop Application Program”.


Girls INC. Holyoke, MA
Design for a new 20,000 sqft. recreation center in downtown Holyoke that includes gymnasium, administrative offices, multipurpose room, commercial kitchen, exterior courts and gardens, service building and parking, and program rooms for; art, science, technology, teens, and health. Schematic design complete and fund raising underway.  

Goodwin Memorial Library, Hadley, MA
Ford Gillen Architects entered into a contract with the Goodwin Memorial Library in March 2006 to study and recommend options for repair and stabilization of the existing brick foundation wall, and to study and provide accessibility options to the library in it's present configuration and options for future expansion that would include full accessibility, and evaluation of programmatic needs for optimizing Library space for local needs, Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners (MBLC) guidelines, and the Hadley Proposed Maser Plan.

 


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Residential