New York Times Covers the Bartlett House
Chatham Courier Covers the Bartlett House
The September 28th online edition of the Chatham Courier includes an article by Karrie Allen about the Bartlett House, one of our most challenging and rewarding historic restoration projects. The owners describe how the project was conceived and executed, and their vision for the future. Read the article.
Photo by Karrie Allen
Marvin Integrity Red Diamond Achiever Award
Our Bartlett House restoration project is eligible for the Marvin Windows and Doors 2016 Red Diamond Achiever People’s Choice Award. If you’ve had a chance to look at the newly restored Bartlett House and like what you see, please consider voting for us.
The restoration of the historically registered Bartlett House signifies the rebirth of an era that was really about how important the railroad was for the development of rural America. This magnificent four-story brick building was originally a stop for the railroad that went through Columbia County in Ghent, New York, and is highly regarded as a huge piece of local history. Adding to the building’s historical architecture, affordable Integrity® Wood-Ultrex® Double Hung Windows fit the character of the building perfectly. The results turned out to be an amazing 1800’s building that will be around for another 150 years.
Main Street Magazine Covers Our Hatfield Farm Barn Project
We’re so pleased to have our Hatfield Farm barn restoration project be a featured article in Main Street Magazine’s March issue. John really captured the spirit of the project. Click here to download a PDF of the article.
The Great Spencertown Barn Restoration
The results of a great client and great craftsmanship. A common vision between client, architect (Darren P. Mercer AIA) and General Contractor resulted in an amazing 160 year old barn restoration. It includes a world class gym, sports court, adult lounge, garage, and antique train room. It is by far one our greatest undertakings to date!!
Adirondack Style Log Home Renovation
This great little log cabin is located by a lake in Rhinebeck NY. Getting the right cedar shake on the roof really has brought it back to life. The copper flashing is a nice touch. Soon there will be a matching pavilion. A very distinct look that goes so well by the water.
The Spencertown Academy was in a bind. They no longer could use the front entry of this amazing structure. A busy summer of events was planned and the front porch was in need of a major renovation. The results speak for themselves. We are very proud to continue restoring such great structures in our community.
Thanks Times Union for making Lagonia Construction and the Spencertown Academy “Your Best Shot” of the week!
Historic Spencertown Barn Project
Progress, Progress, Progress! The standing seam roof has been completed on our historic barn project. The combination of the custom siding and the standing seam roof really captures the essence of what this barn looked like 150 years ago.
Historic Barn Restoration
This 20,000 square foot barn, originally constructed in 1854, is undergoing a complete historic restoration. The first phase of the project required cleaning up the surrounding area, removing any loose or ill-fitting exterior planking, and substantive structural reinforcement. The next phase included lifting the building to allow rebuilding of the foundation.