Civil and Structural engineering services were provided for the renovation of this 1820’s grange meeting hall from feasibility through construction. Following a lengthy process of grant applications and public approvals, this overhaul included repairs to the foundation, frame, roof, electrical and efficiency upgrades and exterior finishes all while keeping the building’s historic character.
Project Type: Municipal
Structural engineering services were provided to Vermont Integrated Architecture (VIA) for this green building multi-family community housing project in the heart of Bristol village. The residential units include both new, single-family homes as well as three multi-family units in existing historic buildings. The total square footage is approximately 10,500 SF. All buildings are slab on
For this monumental project, EV assisted Engleberth Construction directly to provide an engineering solution to support the extensive scaffolding required to rehabilitate and re-guild the statehouse dome. Challenges included working around the existing historic timber truss roof structure as well as working with the time tested lime putty mortar masonry bearing walls to support these
On August 28-29, 2011, Tropical Storm Irene rained down 3-5″ throughout the State of Vermont, with some areas receiving as much as 7″ of rain. The result was massive flooding and devastation of a magnitude not seen since the great flood of 1927. One of the hardest hit areas was the Waterbury Vermont State Campus,
Working with the National Chapter of Engineers without Borders, and the local Non-Governmental Organization CII-Asdenic based in Estelí, Nicaragua, the Engineers without Borders Vermont Professional Chapter was able to design and help build a disinfection system for the village of Venecia. Venecia is located in the north western part of the country and was established
Structural engineering was provided for a durably finished, cast-in-place concrete elevated stair structure. The project involved creating access on a steep slope alongside of an operating electric power generating dam on a tight site with a soft riverbank prone to flooding at the bottom. The decision to create a fabric formed concrete structure allowed for
Structural engineering services were provided for this new construction which is an exact replication of the original historic landmark, after it was destroyed by arson. Wherever possible salvaged artifacts from the original building were reused including; moldings, soffits, brackets, hand grained doors, pressed tin wall coverings, the large wooden medallion that greeted visitors above the
Structural design was provided for a two-story boathouse on a floating barge with two moveable bridges. Marine design work included piles to moor the barge, pile supported wood decks over the water, and shoreline protection for the on-shore facilities. The project included flexible utility connections to shore, site design, and wood piers and decks over
Engineering services were provided for a substantial renovation project. The lower floor was renovated for town offices including the addition of a vault and provisions for an elevator. The main floor was upgraded to meet current Code requirements to hold public events. The roof structure was evaluated and reinforced and design was provided for repairs
Structural engineering services are being provided for renovation design including a two-story vault addition, entry canopy projects, design of the existing flag pole support, replacement of the existing support columns and anchorage of the cupola to the existing roof structure.