Spire Center for the Performing Arts Plymouth, MA
Built in the Stick Style, often considered a transitional style between the Gothic Revival and later Queen Anne styles, the building was originally constructed in 1884 for the Methodist Church. Today, it is owned by the Town of Plymouth and entrusted to Greater Plymouth Performing Arts Center.
In 2014, the firm was engaged to conduct a comprehensive assessment of the building envelope and to suggest treatments for the repair and preservation of the building, along with recommendations for code compliance and accessibility improvement. In 2016, we led a renovation project including introduction of an elevator and structural framing repairs. And in 2021 plans are underway to move forward with the multi-million dollar building envelope restoration, including structural and roofing repairs.