Looking at pictures of Boston Valley Terra Cotta today, you would never guess that it came from such humble beginnings.
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Entries by Mark
The Excelsior Hotel in New York, NY is a landmarked building on the Upper West Side overlooking the American Museum of Natural History and the Rose Center for Earth and Space.
Boston Valley has received glaze color approval for the 250 Delaware Avenue project from the project’s architectural firm Diamond Schmitt and owner Uniland Development.
The Carmelite Monastery of St. Louis, Missouri will be receiving newly restored custom twisted columns. The 16 unique supports are currently being manufactured here in Orchard Park by Boston Vally Terra Cotta.
Fresh From The Kilns The fully-glazed antefix units for the Department of Justice roof have just made it out of the kilns on their last firing cycle. These are for the Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Building in Washington, D.C.which is the headquarters of the United States Department of Justice. The 114 units underwent four different glazing and firing cycles. […]
Fabrication of the massive blocks that will adorn Northeastern University’s Hastings Building in Boston, Massachusetts is finishing and the first crates are packed for shipping. This project features some of the largest block we’ve ever made at Boston Valley. The project began when Northeastern University bought the Hastings Building from the local YMCA with plans to […]
Even for a small restoration job like 333 North Michigan Avenue, Boston Valley Terra Cotta’s commitment to quality never falters. In the same innovative process that drove the Alberta Legislature Dome restoration, the two blocks that require replacement are first drafted and the basic profile of the unit is milled on our 5-axis CNC router. […]