Old State House

Boston, MA

Market: Cultural

Client

Bargmann Hendrie + Archetype, Inc.
Tellalian Associates Architects & Planners, LLC
The Bostonian Society

Completion

1999

Awards

2015 Preservation Achievement Award, Boston Preservation Alliance

The Old State House in Boston, originally constructed in 1713, was largely reconstructed in 1748 after a fire.  The building served as the colony seat prior to the American Revolution, is a National Historic Landmark, and is part of Boston’s Freedom Trail.  Today, the Old State House is occupied and maintained by the Bostonian Society.  SGH initially worked as the structural engineer for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) subway station renovation below the building and has continued to work on the landmark for various projects since then.