Terra Cotta Tour of Buffalo

Boston Valley Terra Cotta takes great pride in restoring the façades of the past and being an active part in the current local renaissance. The City of Buffalo is home to some of the most historically significant American architecture, clad in ornate terra cotta façades. Architects such as Louis Sullivan, Henry Hobson Richardson, and James A. Johnson were able to make their mark on Western New York by designing buildings that have lasted well into the 21st century thanks to modern preservation techniques.

The city of Buffalo has been making a comeback in the last decade with ex-pats and new residents moving into the downtown area and new construction wherever you look, the city finally feels alive again. Boston Valley has been a part of this renaissance, provided their manufacturing skills and products  for new projects in the area, such as the University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine, 250 Delaware Avenue, and Roswell Park.

You can view some our Buffalo, NY projects below and check out #TerraCottaBuffalo on Instagram and Twitter for more.

Recent #TerraCottaBuffalo Blog Posts

Boston Valley Hosts a Visit from Italy’s One Works, Touring Projects in Buffalo, NY & NYC

During their stay, One Works toured the facilities at Boston Valley, met our team and toured several local building sites to see Boston Valley completed projects.

Restoring the Art Deco Facade for Frederick Law Olmsted High School

Frederick Law Olmsted High School at Kensington is a local public school in the Kensington neighborhood on Buffalo's East Side. The building was designed by Daniel G. McNeil in 1937 during the Great Depression.

2018 APT Conference Offered Attendees Hands-on Workshops Alongside In-depth Presentations in Buffalo, NY

The Association for Preservation Technology International (APT) 2018 Conference wrapped up on September 27th in Buffalo, New York. 2018 marked the 50th year for this multi-disciplinary, membership organization dedicated to promoting the best technology for conserving and preserving historic structures.