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The Colonial Theatre — Restoration of Existing Facilities, Pittsfield, MA

Restoration of the Colonial Theatre, built in 1903 and listed on the National Historic Register, returned it to its original grandeur. The project entailed a complete gut, with new structural and mechanical systems and other upgrades to meet building codes and Americans with Disabilities Act requirements.


Size: 47,000 square feet
Schedule: 18 months
Contract Type:Construction Manager-at-Risk
Owner:The Colonial Theatre
Architect: Martinez & Johnson Architecture


We met a tight budget by analyzing multiple major design configurations during preconstruction and thereby finding ways to reduce space without impinging on the overall project.

Thorough preconstruction logistics planning minimized construction impacts on the surrounding neighborhood.

Extensive investigation of subcontractor qualifications ensured that workers would be capable of the high level of craftsmanship required for the preservation or reproduction of original architectural features.

The Colonial Theatre – Restoration of Existing Facilities


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