• Historic Preservation
  • 2,000 SF
  • Construction - 2017
  • LEED Silver Anticipated

This project involves the restoration of the historic Windsor Locks Train Station, built in 1875 and located on Main Street. The town’s goal is to reopen the long-vacant train station building and convert it into a multi-purpose facility including a welcome center, a public meeting space, and a museum that interprets its history. The rehabilitation project will be completed in a series of phases, include restoration of the masonry exterior, a new roof, new building systems, and a complete interior renovation, following LEED Silver certification standards. The property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.