Archive | July, 2011

Massachusetts GFRC Projects

Massachusetts Area GFRC Projects by Stromberg

Nicknamed the Bay State, Massachusetts is comprised of the huge metropolis of Boston, dozens of smaller cities, and hundreds of towns. This large New England state is home to many buildings that exemplify numerous well-known architectural styles. Several Georgian and Federal homes in Salem have been transformed into museums and national historic sites, and many buildings in Boston constructed centuries ago are still in use today.

Massachusetts GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) Projects

Stromberg Architectural has completed a variety of Massachusetts GFRC projects over the years. Major commissions have included renovating a multi-million dollar condominium in one of the state’s premier real estate areas and fabricating architectural elements for prestigious educational institutions. A small selection of our Massachusetts GFRC projects is presented below.

Boston GFRC: 100 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts
Amherst GFRC: James Hall GFRC, Amherst College; Stearns Hall GFRC, Amherst College, MA
North Shore GFRC: North Shore College

Massachusetts GFRC Services

Stromberg can manufacture dozens of stylish and durable architectural elements to complete your Massachusetts GFRC project. Our glass fiber reinforced concrete elements are suitable for many types of structures, including universities, homes, commercial buildings, government buildings, hospitality establishments, hospitals, churches, and retail stores. Styles include Modern, Colonial, Georgian, Beaux Arts, Art Deco, and Federal.

If you are overseeing a restoration of one of the countless historic buildings in Massachusetts, glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) could be just the material you need. Stromberg GFRC can be manufactured to closely match the cut limestone used to construct many buildings in the Boston area, the famous Quincy granite, as well as the old architectural terra cotta used on many Boston buildings. By creating a near seamless match to the original material using GFRC, we can often preserve a greater portion of the original structure and eliminate the need for complete replacement.

Stromberg GFRC serves all of Massachusetts, including:

Boston, Worcester, Springfield, Lowell, Cambridge, Salem, Plymouth, Berkshires, Allston, Lexington, Waltham, North Shore, Brockton, New Bedford, Fall River, Lynn, Quincy, Newton, Brighton, Needham, and more.

Wherever you are located in Massachusetts, Stromberg Architectural is here to help!  Visit our site to learn more about the many advantages and uses of GFRC, and contact us at (903) 454-0904 or email us at info@strombergarchitectural.com to arrange a complimentary initial consultation.