The School wishes to maintain the basic number of buildings and exterior look of the historic campus while maximizing effective use and ambience of the interior spaces for the purposes of enriching the daily and long term experience of the students. Further, it is understood that the planned construction work will include major interior renovations and substantial completion of numerous deferred maintenance issues.
We are entering our ninth year in partnership with the Emma Willard School. Femenella & Associates developed a system for the stained glass window restoration and the wood window restoration restoring the 3,600 windows of the school that ensures maximum efficiency and the highest level of quality while having a minimal impact on the use of school buildings and the education of the Emma Willard students. Femenella proposed and supervised the adaptive reuse of a little used former stable into a window restoration workshop on the Emma Willard campus. This allowed us to restore the window in groups of 30 windows. We are currently 75% complete with the project.