The Seaside Park and Community Arts Center is one step closer to completion. The once dull Coney Island Childs Restaurant’s nautical motif has been restored to its former glory. Each piece — from Poseidon to the sailing ships and sea creatures — have been painstakingly brought back to life through hours of carving and hand-painted finishes. Click […]
Work is underway on another restoration project of a beautiful atmospheric style theater from the late 1920’s. The Capitol Theatre in Flint, Michigan was originally built in 1928 for the W.S. Butterfield chain of theaters. The new ownership team of Uptown Investment Corp and Whiting Co. plan to reopen the theater as a performing arts […]
The Chinese Teahouse in Newport Rhode Island is in the process of receiving new terra cotta roof tiles, crafted and glazed at Boston Valley Terra Cotta to match the the historic structures original jade green roof.
The new Porcelanosa USA headquarters in Madison Square Park will be awarded an honor for historic preservation by the AIA New Jersey chapter. Boston Valley Terra Cotta would like to congratulate CTS Group Architecture on this well deserved honor and express our gratitude to all project team members, including installation contractor Nicholson & Galloway, for […]
Work continues on the construction of the Seaside Park and Community Arts Center as the original Coney Island Childs Restaurant is transformed into a new restaurant for the recently opened amphitheater and event space. Boston Valley has replicated hundreds of ornate terra cotta units that are in the process of being installed on site. The […]
Boston Valley Terra Cotta worked with installation contractor Nicholson & Galloway to restore and transform the former Commodore Criterion building into the new Porcelanosa flagship store. CTS Group Architecture was retained by Porcelanosa USA for their expertise on the restoration of the exterior facade, including the terra cotta and stone materials. The building, originally completed […]
TITLE: Terra Cotta Arrives at Courthouse SOURCE: The Vindicator, Youngstown news DATE: Fri, May 6, 2016 See the original article at Vindy.com The first shipment of terra cotta has arrived and awaits installation at the Mahoning County Courthouse. The terra cotta is fired, ornamental clay masonry that will be placed at or near the roof […]