This estate included a historic manor house built in 1707, an 1812 barn, and three other buildings on a 56-acre site. The owner wanted modern amenities and expansions that more than doubled the manor house, as well as a freshwater pool filtrated by plants, a garage to house an automobile collection, a studio building, and a guest house.
All of this has to be constructed while maintaining the historic presence of the building. The well water system and utilities cannot be disturbed by construction, and a long list of local and state historic regulations have to be followed.
- Historic structures with historic regulations
- Well water
- Cutting-edge design elements
- Anticipated and solved potential challenges before they occurred
- Coordinated multiple agencies, subcontractors, and suppliers
This ongoing project is currently on time and $800,000 under budget. Client has retained Iron Bridge Consulting to assist with renovation of a townhouse.