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Vince Gets a Gold Medal on Rhode Island.  Read about this extensive rehabilitation of 476 Rhode Island Street in Buffalo,  a ca. 1880 brick commercial building that was vacant for at least 20 years.

In 2010, Alliance Builders was chosen to replicate and install timbers on the portico of the chapel in Forest Lawn Cemetery.  The portico, added in 1954 to this Green & Wicks building, had suffered decay.  Replacement timbers were hand-tooled to blend with originals.
In the summer of 2010, Alliance Builders worked on a ca. 1840 barn on Singer Farm in Niagara County.  We replaced original timber framing that had been removed in the 1970s with local hardwood timber, some of which was cut right on the farm.  This restoration corrected a structural failure caused by the earlier removal, incorporated a loft-level office, and enhanced the barn's adaption for a culinary center.  Here's the blog about the project. 
This ca. 1830s barn restoration in Forestville, NY was funded by and adhered to the standards of the now-discontinued New York State Barn Preservation Grant program.  Alliance Builders replaced the sill, two columns, made numerous timber splices, and installed all new floor and double board sheathing.  All lumber was sawn in Chautauqua and Allegany counties.

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