WMHCC - Historic Window Repair – Case Study: Whately Town Hall
March 22, 2018

Jones Whitsett's George Dole presented the Whately Town Hall Renovation Project as one of the case studies. As one of four main presenters, George provided meaningful insight into the challenges that those doing historic preservation work confront when deciding to restore older windows. For more information and to view relative documents from the WMHCC meeting that took place here in Greenfield, visit the link below to the Preservation Massachusetts website.

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JWA Continues to Support At-Risk Communities in Hampshire County
November 8, 2017

Henry Albin and Dorrie Brooks are leading JWA’s design efforts and are focusing on a simple, modern design that fits into the context of residential homes on Locust Street. Each efficiency apartment will come complete with built in casework and furniture. The project will be design to exceed the Northampton stretch code with electric utilities offset by rooftop solar to be provided by Northeast Solar.

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Whately Community Center and History Museum Moves Forward
November 8, 2017

Wesfield aims to complete construction in the summer of 2018.

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JWA to Develop Master Plan for Princeton Center
November 8, 2017

Jones Whitsett to plan for preservation of the Smith Charities Building
November 8, 2017

Update On JWA's Efforts With Mount Greylock School Committee
October 2, 2017

Granby Elementary Groundbreaking
July 5, 2017
Always a bit of a misnomer, the school's construction has been underway for several months. It is expected to be complete by the Fall of 2018.

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Greenfield 1st Grader wins MSBA "My Ideal School" Contest
June 22, 2017

After extensive renovations in the early 1990’s, the school and MJA were awarded an Historic Preservation Award from the Massachusetts Historical Society in 1993. It’s gratifying to know that the school continues to affect its students in such a positive manner. Mariya says,
“"Newton School is a great place to learn because the teachers are helpful! Newton School is the best in the world! .... Also, it would be cool if our school had dinosaurs, pirates, skeletons, and was made of rainbows!"
Although we might not have figured out how to make schools from rainbows, we did get some dinosaurs in one of our most recent projects, the Plains Elementary School in South Hadley. Congratulations to Mariya Stytsenko and the teachers of the Newton Street School. Follow the link below to read more about the contest and see the ten other finalists and their art work.

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Greenfield Approves JWA's Parking Garage Design
May 15, 2017

To learn more about this long awaited solution to Greenfield's parking woes and Jones Whitsett's unique design, read the full Recorder article here.

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Mount Greylock Regional School Committee Chooses JWA
March 13, 2017