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Marble Valley Regional Transit Center, Rutland Vermont

This project involved creation of a regional transportation hub accommodating local and interstate bus services, taxis, and daily commuter traffic. A covered platform with twelve bus spaces, a 3500 square foot terminal with a waiting room and offices, four parking decks above the transit facility accommodating 600 cars, and pedestrian connections to Rutland’s downtown shopping streets were all part of this project's program. This building was completed in the spring of 1999.

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The Whiting Library Chester, Vermont

The Whiting Library in Chester, Vermont nearly doubled the size of its existing 1890’s Romanesque Revival building with construction of this addition. NBF Architects, P.C. provided complete architectural services, assisting the Library's Volunteer Board with programming and obtaining a Federal matching fund grant, as well as design and construction phase services.

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St. Peter Church, Rutland, Vermont

At St. Peter Church in Rutland, a large neo Gothic structure circa 1870, a coordinated effort over a period of several years transformed the Church's interior. All existing stained glass was restored, new programmable interior lighting was installed, and the interior was completely repainted, allowing reintroduction of some of the original decorative wall stenciling (in a simplified contemporary fashion).

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James M. Jeffords Rail Passenger Welcome Center

In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, rail traffic provided tremendous economic impact to the Rutland region. The City of Rutland was a railroad boom town until the demise of the railroad that began with the inception of the automobile, freight trucks, and the interstate highway system. In the 1990's, the return of passenger rail service with the Ethan Allen Express from New York City to Rutland necessitated the construction of a new train station building.

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Hartford Travel and Information Center, Hartford, Vermont

The Hartford Travel and Information Center is a 4500 square foot rest area and information center located in Hartford, Vermont on Interstate 91 south. This project was designed to recall the railroad heritage of the surrounding region and the historic train stations throughout southern Vermont.

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