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Harvard University’s Winthrop House

Harvard University’s “John Winthrop House” consists of two buildings, Gore Hall and Standish Hall. Originally, the buildings were established in 1914 as separate freshman dormitories. The Architects for the houses, Coolidge, Shepley and Rutan, used opulent English precedents for architectural accent when designing the houses.

Fast forward to 2016 Beyer Blinder Belle architects have teamed up with two prominent Boston general contractors, Consigli Construction (Gore Hall) and Lee Kennedy (Standish Hall) to upgrade and bring the complex into the 21st century. Both Consigli and Lee Kennedy have selected Millwork One Inc. to furnish and install the new architectural millwork elements as well as refurbish the existing woodwork, a testament to our abilities and track record having successfully completed the previous three river-house renovations. A combination of new monumental woodwork and match existing features compliments our ability to produce old work detail in a high production fast pace environment.