Architectural Conservators for Historic Preservation
Conrad Schmitt Studios, Inc., New Berlin, WI.
Phone: 262.786.3030, Fax: 262.786.9036
One of the largest and most comprehensive architectural art restoration studios in the US, Conrad Schmitt Studios, Inc. furnishes a wide range of services for historic churches, courthouses, theatres and other significant public buildings. Employing their own staff of experienced artisans in service of a unified artistic vision, they create and conserve decorative finishes, stained and etched glass, murals, mosaics and statuary. Conrad Schmitt Studios serves clients nationwide. Since 1889. Specializing in: Stained Glass Creation and Restoration, Church Restorations, Decorative Finishes, Design and Decoration, Investigation and Documentation of Original Decorative Schemes, Restoration of Decorative Schemes, Leptat Etched Glass, Murals and Mosaics, Statuary and Sculptures, Conservation of Fine Art, Liturgical Consulting, Gilding, Ornamental Plaster, Wood Refinishing
Historic Structures, Washington, DC.
Phone: 202.686.0135, Fax: 202.686.0135
Historic Structures is dedicated to the conservation of historic fabric whether museum quality for a historic site or a skilled reproduction for a private residence. Specialties include carpentry and millwork, composition ornament restoration, stained glass restoration, specialty paint finishes, graining and marbling and wood window restoration. Restoring historic structures since 1977 throughout the East Coast. Based in Washington, DC. Specializing in: Building Preservation and Restoration, Finishes and Ornamentation, Period Reproductions, Architectural Conservation, Carpentry and Millwork, Composition Ornament Restoration, Stained Glass Restoration, Specialty Paint Finishes, Graining and Marbling, Millwork, Cabinetmaking and Wood Window Restoration.
Nelson Architectural Restoration, Willington, CT.
Phone: 860.429.3830, Fax: 860.429.3830
Nelson Architectural Restoration is a stone carving, stone restoration and moldmaking artisan firm furnishing restoration to statuary and architectural elements in stone, terra cotta and cast materials. With a diverse background in both the trades and the arts, NAR is uniquely equipped to furnish repairs and new work in a wide variety of styles and materials. NAR can furnish artful original work, faithful reproduction work or durable, consistent in situ repair and conservation of historic fabric. They are available for important projects in the United States. Specializing in: Stone Carving, Moldmaking, Stone Restoration, Terra Cotta Restoration, Cast Stone, Patternmaking, Sculpture, Statuary, Wood Carving, Historic Masonry Conservation.
First Period Colonial Preservation/Restoration, Kingston, NH.
Phone: 603-642-8613, Fax: 603-642-6727
First Period Colonial are joiners and specialists in the preservation, restoration and recreation of 17th, 18th, and early 19th century New England structures. Their vocation is to preserve and protect these buildings through such means as the reproduction of hand made period detail, the dismantling and reconstruction of endangered structures and the development of maintenance plans, research and building surveys for owners and building professionals. First Period Colonial always strives to perfect its work and use of materials with the highest regard for authenticity and quality. Specializing in: Preservation, Restoration and Re-Creation of 17th, 18th and Early 19th Century New England Structures, Interiors, Exteriors and Timber Frames, Dismantling and Reconstruction of Endangered Buildings, Museum Quality Restorations, Hand Planed Moldings and Wall Paneling, Architectural Millwork, Structural Restoration and Repairs, Wood Restoration, Building Moving, Restoration Carpentry, Building Surveys, Research, Consulting and Maintenance Planning.
deGruchy Masonry Restoration, Inc., Quakertown, PA.
Phone: 215-536-4482, Fax: 215-536-2281
Since 1984, deGruchy Masonry Restoration, Inc. has addressed the preservation needs of hundreds of 18th and 19th century buildings in Eastern Pennsylvania. They are nationally recognized experts in historic materials, including lime mortar, and offer both consulting and artisan services nationwide. Their dedication to and expertise in historic masonry can help prevent the restoration project from needlessly and permanently damaging the historic structure. By working directly with both conservator and masonry contractor they can help to insure the success of the restoration or repointing project. Specializing in: Historic Masonry, Lime Mortar, Terra Cotta, Render, Stucco, Repointing, Waterproofing, Consultation and Surveys, Masonry Restoration, Church Restorations, Masonry Cleaning, Historic Preservation, Needs Analysis Reports, Evaluation Masonry Specifications and Contractor Proposals.
U. S. Heritage Group, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Phone: 773-286-2100, Fax: 773-286-1852
The U.S. Heritage Group provides everything necessary to develop a total historic mortar solution: architectural support services, scientific mortar testing, custom mortar matching, pre-blended lime mortars, stone repair mortars, specialized contractor on-site training, and quality control services. Many historic buildings are damaged by repair mortars that do not contain lime. USHG assists in educating architects, mason contractors, building owners as well as government agencies in the benefits of using traditional materials to preserve and restore America's masonry built heritage. Historically accurate mortar should always incorporate the original ingredients which, before 1931, almost always included lime putty. Specializing in: Mortar Testing, Historic Mortar Analysis, Mortar Matching, Masonry Skills Training Workshops, Lime Mortar, Lime Putty, Lime Paint, Harling, Stucco, Masonry Restoration, Working Advisor Service, Architecture/Design Support and Consultation.
William Gould Architectural Preservation, LLC, Pomfret Center, CT.
Phone: 860-974-3448, Fax: 860-974-3448
William Gould Architectural Preservation, LLC is a contracting and consulting company dedicated to helping clients to preserve and restore our early built heritage. For over thirty years, they have furnished planning, architectural assessments, design and project management services for period projects of all types throughout southern New England. They provide clients with a uniquely thorough and practical understanding of these structures. William Gould Architectural Preservation, LLC continues to rescue and offer for sale endangered structures that need to be relocated. Specializing in: Historic Preservation Project Management, Planning, Designing, Drawings, Specifications, Consulting, Architectural Assessments, Dating Structures & Sites, Historic Structures For Sale, Dismantled, Relocated, & Re-erected, Reproduction Millwork, Architectural Reproductions, Plastering on Wood Lathe, Stairways, Fences, Cupolas, Architectural Salvage, Construction Management, General Contractors, Timber Framing, Wood Restoration, Building Inspections, Antique Timber Frames.
Agricola Corporation, Chicopee, MA.
Phone: 413-592-3875, Fax: 413-592-4374
Agricola Corporation offers consulting services and technical assistance in historic preservation to architects, engineers, contractors, developers, and non-profit organizations in Western Massachusetts. Professional services include: Historic Structure reports, National Register nominations, Certified Rehabilitation Applications, Planning, and Regulatory Reviews. With twenty years of experience, Agricola Corporation can help make your project a success. Specializing in: Historic Structure Reports, National Register Nominations, Certified Rehabilitation Applications, Planning, and Regulatory Reviews. Historic Preservation planning, Preservation Planning, Historic Project Management, Building Inspections, Historic Projects.
18th Century Restorations Inc., Pottstown, PA.
Phone: 610-469-6649, Fax: 610-469-9046
18th Century Restorations, Inc. provides skilled restoration and preservation services, adaptive re-use of and sympathetic additions to historic structures built in the 18th and early 19th centuries in the Delaware Valley region. We provide a range of services including design, project management, property management, and development of specifications and scope to meet client budgets. Specializing in: Log and Stone house specialists, Barns and outbuildings restored & reproduced, Roof and Cornice restoration, Windows, Doors, Shutters, Pent roofs, Porches, Masonry, pointing, Stucco, Flooring, stair systems, Fireplaces and Chimneys, Plaster, paint and hardware.
Artistic Designs Ent., San Marcos, CA.
Phone: 800-339-6259, Fax: 760-599-1095
Art-glass studio: design through completion; 23 years of stained-glass experience.
Botti Studio of Architectural Arts, Inc., Evanston, IL.
Phone: 800-524-7211; 847-869-5933, Fax: 847-869-5996
Designer, conservator, restorer, fabricator & installer: stained & faceted glass, murals, marble, mosaics, statuary, gilding, painting & decorative finishes; ecclesiastical & secular; consultants; historic discovery; protective glazing; frame restoration; since 1864.
Bovard Studio, Inc., Fairfield, IA.
Phone: 800-452-7796; 641-472-2824, Fax: 641-472-0974
Restorer/conservator, designer & fabricator of stained-glass windows: frames in wood, aluminum & steel; beveled, etched, wheel-cut, hand-painted & faceted glass & mosaics; hand-painted, kiln-fired original art & re-creation of historical art.
Building Conservation Associates, New York, NY.
Phone: 212-777-1300, Fax: 212-777-1606
Consulting firm: project management, conditions survey, plans & specs, cost estimating & feasibility reports, materials testing & lab analysis; for historic buildings, monuments & fine art.
Conrad Schmitt Studios, Inc., New Berlin, WI.
Phone: 800-969-3033; 262-786-3030, Fax: 262-786-9036
Creator, conservator & restorer of interior surfaces: columns & capitals in plaster & scagliola: creator & conservator of decorative plaster ceilings & ornamentation, statuary, decorative finishes, gilding, murals, stained glass & mosaics.
EverGreene Painting Studios, Inc., New York, NY.
Phone: 212-244-2800, Fax: 212-244-6204
Decorative arts studio: murals, decorative painting, gilding, plaster, wood, metal, stone & mosaics; new design, conservation & restoration; ecclesiastical, institutional, public & commercial projects; offices in NYC & Chicago.
John Canning Painting & Conservation Studios, Cheshire, CT.
Phone: 203-272-9868, Fax: 203-272-9879
Conservator & restorer of decorative murals, trompe l'oeil & art glass: marbling, graining, stenciling, glazing & gilding; Venetian plaster; religious & landmark buildings; new construction; Victorian & other styles.
Lamb Studios, Inc., J&R, Clifton, NJ.
Phone: 877-700-LAMB; 973-916-0331, Fax: 973-916-9945
Manufacturer of Victorian leaded-glass windows: Lamb & Tiffany windows; 5 artists, each specializing in different styles; design, installation & restoration; services nationwide; founded in 1857.
Mirror Fair, New York, NY.
Phone: 212-288-5050, Fax: 212-772-7936
Manufacturer of art glass: deep-cut polished wheel engraving, beveling, polishing & cleaning & glass bending; reverse painting & gilding.
Rohlf's Stained & Leaded Glass Studio, Mount Vernon, NY.
Phone: 800-969-4106; 914-699-4848, Fax: 914-699-7091
Designer, fabricator & installer of new stained & leaded glass: restoration & replication; protective glazing; beveled, carved & fused/slumped glass; steel casement retrofitting; established in 1920.
Thomas Moore Studios, Baltimore, MD.
Phone: 410-462-4447, Fax: 410-462-4429
Designer & restorer of architectural decorative painting: faux finishes, glazing, leafing, murals & plaster; full-scope project administration & implementation; paint analysis, research, custom design, project management & post-production reports; government buildings, churches, commercial & private projects.
Willet Hauser Architectural Glass, Winona, MN.
Phone: 800-533-3960, Fax: 507-457-0554
Art-glass studio: sand-carved, leaded & faceted stained-glass; design, fabrication, repair & historical restoration; for religious, commercial & residential buildings; since 1898.