Preservation Portfolio

Historic Museums

Willowbrook Museum Historic Structures Existing Conditions - Newfield, Maine

Historic New England (formerly S.P.N.E.A.)

Shepherd Brooks Estate - Medford, Massachusetts

Museum of Old York Historic Structures Existing Conditions - York, Maine

Royall House and Slave Quarters - Medford, Massachusetts

 

 

Historical Societies and Organizations

Medford Historical Society - Medford, Massachusetts

Brockton Historical Society - Brockton, Massachusetts

Peter Tufts Jr. House - Medford, Massachusetts

Townsend Historical Society - Townsend, Massachusetts

G.A.R. Post 18: Samuel Dexter House & Memorial Hall - Charlestown, Massachusetts

 

 

Public Projects

City of Salem: Witch House - Salem, Massachusetts

Belmont Historical Commission: Thomas Clark House - Belmont, Massachusetts

New Salem Historical Commission: New Salem Academy - New Salem, Massachusetts

Danvers Housing Authority: 24 Cherry Street - Danvers, Massachusetts

Department of Conservation and Recreation: Historic Curatorship Properties

 

 

Featured Preservation Project

Willowbrook Museum Building Documentation

The Preservation Collaborative worked with the historic 19th century Willowbrook Museum on two projects. For future restoration work, our firm created existing condition drawings for the two historic house museum buildings (2 houses, 2 historic barns) and two re-created historic buildings (1830 one room school and 1880 blacksmith shop). Our firm later produced a HSR for the Isaac Trafton House (1790/1855) for a conceptual rehabilitation project which involved accessibility to the entire first floor space. Click here to learn more.

Getting You Off The Ground

Our firm can help get you started in preserving your historic structure. We document your structure's floor plans, elevations and construction. This critical first step creates an existing condition record from which to analyze issues, highlight sensitive fabric and create balanced solutions that work towards maintaining the historic character and incorporating new life. Click here to learn more about our preservation services.