Alfred Village Hall Restoration


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Alfred Village Hall Restoration

Location
Alfred, NY, USA
Year Completed
2001
Building Type
Restoration/Preservation
Size
4,000 sq. ft.
Cost
$1,000,000
Client
Alfred Twenty-First Century Group

HHL Architects designed the first phase restoration of this historic 110-year-old former fireman’s hall building now used as the village hall and police station. The first phase of work included the replacement of the historically significant metal pressed roof tiles. Also included was the restoration of the clock tower, as well as wood window and masonry restoration. Later phases included interior repairs and improvements, elevator access, and most importantly the restoration of the second level auditorium and mezzanine.

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