Roudenbush Community Center Westford, Massachusetts

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    Roudenbush Community Center Westford, Massachusetts The Roudenbush Community Center was built as the Second Westford Academy Building in 1897. After serving various educational and recreational uses over time, it became a community center in 1975. Years of deferred maintenance and deterioration of an extensive fire escape triggered needed improvements for current and future generations. Mills Whitaker Architects developed … VIEW PROJECT +

St. Lawrence Arts & Community Center Portland, Maine

St. Lawrence Arts & Community Center

St. Lawrence Arts & Community CenterPortland, Maine Built in 1897, this local historic landmark is a beautiful part of the urban landscape near Portland’s Eastern Promenade. The picturesque building was abandoned by its dwindling congregation in 1986 and subsequently rescued by the “Friends of the St. Lawrence.” This non-profit group, founded in 1996, began the heroic effort of transforming the … VIEW PROJECT +

Old City Hall – Boston MA

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               Old City Hall – Boston MA Built in 1865, the Old City Hall in Boston, Massachusetts, was the city’s centerpiece of municipal government and architectural excellence for many decades. The facility now serves as home for the Architectural Heritage Foundation, stewards of this historical trea- sure and holders of a 99-year lease from … VIEW PROJECT +

Newburyport City Hall

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  Newburyport City Hall Mills Whitaker Architects provided the following services for this circa 1850 Historic Structure in the scenic seaport of Newburyport. 1997 Assessment of Historic Windows – performed survey of windows, noting levels of deterioration and identifying non-original materials. Published a “Window Survey” documenting historical development and existing conditions. The project was funded with a matching grant from … VIEW PROJECT +

Marblehead Old Town House

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        Marblehead Old Town House Built in 1727, the Old Town House in Marblehead is known as the “Cradle of Liberty” due to its role as the oldest polling location in the country. Mills Whitaker Architects LLC was retained to make this National Historic Landmark into a fully accessible struc-ture while retaining its character-defining features. Preservation of … VIEW PROJECT +

Metropolitan District Commission

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Metropolitan District Commission Restoration of Historic Landings / Charles River Esplanade Mills Whitaker Architects was retained by the Metropolitan District Commission to develop preservation plans for five historic sites on the Charles River. The sites included the Curtis Memorial, the Lotta Fountain and three historic river landings. The work involved examination of historic documents, review of original construction drawings, observation … VIEW PROJECT +

Lexington Visitors Center Lexington, Massachusetts

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     Lexington Visitors Center Lexington, Massachusetts The Visitors Center in Lexington was constructed in 1966 for tourists and residents alike to learn about the historic and contemporary resources in this important birthplace of the American Revolution. Located adjacent to the Battle Green, where the first shots were fired between British Regulars and Minutemen, this facility welcomes and orients over … VIEW PROJECT +

Dover Town Hall

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Dover Town Hall The circa 1921 Town Hall in Dover was designed by the architectural firm of Kilham, Hopkins and Greeley. Mills Whitaker Architects has provided the following services:  1997 Study / Lower Town Hall – preliminary design study for improving conditions in the lower town hall for use by the community. 1998 Study / Whole Town Hall – comprehensive … VIEW PROJECT +

Isaac Harris Cary Memorial Building

Isaac Cary Hall

Isaac Harris Cary Memorial BuildingLexington MA The Cary Memorial Building is a 1927 public meeting hall that holds a prominent location in Lexington. The facility was built as “a fireproof building adapted to and suitable for the safe storing and care of revolutionary relics and treasures . and to contain a hall adapted to lectures and public meetings.” Mills Whitaker … VIEW PROJECT +

Concord Town House

Concord Town House

Concord Town House Concord, Massachusetts Mills Whitaker Architects was selected to perform a feasibility study with options and cost estimates for expanding office space in the historic town hall. Constructed in 1851, this Italianate structure is a signature building in Concord’s Monument Square. The conceptual design task included finding adequate space to accommodate live streaming of meetings for local cable … VIEW PROJECT +