Milford Town Hall

LPA was hired by the Town of Milford to serve as resident engineer for the restorations of their iconic Italian Renaissance Town Hall.  Built in 1856, it was one of Thomas Silloway’s earliest commissions when he was only 23 years old.  He later designed several historical churches and the Vermont State House.  The Milford Town Hall was registered on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976 and a Preservation Restriction was placed on the building in 2004.  The services include compliance with a Massachusetts Historical Commission preservation restriction. The scope involves complete removal of 82 windows to be restored with new balances, glazing and historic paint.  LPA is working both at the Town Hall and the contractor’s workshop to oversee the work.

Services provided:

  • Site Supervision
  • Historic Paint Matching
  • Field Reports
  • Schedule Management
  • Mockup/Window Systems Approvals

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Project Description: Historic Window Restoration

Project Cost: $350,000

Completion Date: 2014

Architect: Maximillian L. Ferro, FAIA

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