The historic preservation of a building during a renovation project is a challenging assignment. The person or committee tasked with this project is usually very knowledgeable about the building itself and the important aspects which need to be preserved. The end result of such a project is a building which meets today’s needs while respecting the historical significance of the building to its community.
A. Secondino and Son, Inc. has assisted in many historical preservation projects over its lengthy existence. We have refurbished the oldest brownstone building in New Haven, CT, renovated the Vernon Town Hall and Vernon Community Arts Center, renovated and expanded the State of Connecticut Agricultural Experimental Station (Jenkins-Waggoner Laboratory) which is the oldest facility of its type in the country in New Haven, CT, renovated the Tuttle Building in Naugatuck, CT and many other historical preservation projects. Our team of experienced project managers and skilled tradesmen are able to apply their skills in completing this type of project.