5 Lessons from 10 Years
#3 The Devil is in the Details

As we look back over the past decade, we have learned many lessons, although several come up with enough regularity that they seem worth sharing.  ER The beauty of historic buildings is that each is unique -

5 Lessons from 10 Years
#1 We Are Simply Stewards

As we look back over the past decade, we have learned many lessons, although several come up with enough regularity that they seem worth sharing.  ER Every building carries the story of its past and present into

Walking Our Talk
The Story of Nel-Stone

One of the more intriguing tidbits we uncovered while researching the history of 1712 Holmes was a reference on the 1926 building permit to Nel-Stone construction blocks. The Nel-Stone Precast Monolithic System was a proprietary building

Walking Our Talk:
Lots of Potential

Here it is in all its functional, utilitarian glory. Four masonry walls, a beautiful bowstring-truss and barrel-vaulted roof, a few industrial-style steel windows in the north wall, glass block in the front and a concrete-block office. The

Walking Our Talk
The Dream

For years I have dreamed of housing the Rosin Preservation offices in a building that showcases our work. Not just because our team loves old buildings. We want to walk our talk in a building that