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Frederick Adams Heritage Center

Listed more than a decade ago as one of Massachusetts’ Most Endangered Historic Resources, the Kingston Public Library was reclaimed by the town and underwent a transformation to a heritage center and community gathering place. This archetypal Colonial Revival building was designed in 1898 by Joseph Everett Chandler, an MIT-trained “antiquarian” architect and a leading proponent of the Colonial Revival movement. The Town was committed to preserving and celebrating the building’s striking architectural features while creating an accessible, functional venue. Our firm was engaged with Spencer & Vogt Group to provide structural engineering services for building rehabilitation and elevator/stair tower

  • Structural conditions assessment and report
  • Structural engineering design and CADD plan preparation
  • Controlled construction services