Village Green Restoration
Village Green Restoration Inc. are general contractors specializing in the conservation, preservation, restoration and adaptive reuse of historic structures throughout New England. Our partners and craftspeople have decades of experience in the field of historic preservation and a deep appreciation for the skill and artistry of those that came before us.
In phase I, Village Green Restoration, Inc. updated systems and made handicap accessibility improvements to the 1834 meeting house. A handicap accessible ramp, lift, kitchenette, and bathroom were seamlessly integrated to the structure. In phase II, the 1950’s Hurd Chapel was moved and re-adapted as a new performance center.
Village Green Restoration restored the entrance way to the turn of the century Richardsonian-Romanesque Hall. The project included extensive repairs to the quarter sawn white oak veneers and upgrading to ADA compliant hardware.
Village Green Restoration restored and repaired the historic flat plasterwork at the main residence of the Wakefield Estate in Milton.
Village Green Restoration restored 200 monuments over the course of 3 months in New Bedford’s rural cemetery. We also designed and prepared a monuments and treatments database to catalog treatments.