Old State House
Boston, Massachusetts

The Old State House, the oldest public building in Boston, built in 1713 to house the government offices of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, is a National Historic Landmark, and a major destination on the Freedom Trail. 

We have worked and continue to work with the Bostonian Society at the Old State House on a number of efforts, including plans for continuing preservation, major accessibility improvements, reprogramming of interior public spaces and upgrading of HVAC systems. Recipient of the Bostonian Society's John Hancock Award for Preservation of Boston's Historic Heritage.