AIAVermont Disaster Assistance
Below are AIA Vermont member Architects, individually volunteering Pro-Bono services to victims of tropical storm Irene.
Please directly contact the member closest to your location to arrange for help.
Mark G. Stewart, Architect
20 Cherry Lane, Suite 2 32 Main Street, Suite 201
Newport, Vermont 05855 Littleton, New Hampshire 03561
We are willing to volunteer to the extent possible…all of VT, days – T/W/T, both myself and intern Bill Hanson have hands-on construction experience (I worked for a GC in my previous life).
We would like to offer our office for one day of services. We specialize in historic renovations and restoration and could work on residential or commercial buildings. There are five of us and we would like to limit our travel time to about 2 – 2 1/2 hours away from Burlington.
I am willing to assist with planning and advice for damaged properties. I live in South Burlington and would prefer to travel within 50 miles, but not a huge problem if more. I also do not have any specific dates that I am available. I will work towards being available for those in need as the need arrises. I am a licensed Architect focusing primarily on commercial properties but have significant experience in residential home construction as my father is a retired builder in central VT. I can be contacted at the number below during business hours or 802-363-8138 after hours.
Doug Viehmann or Ann Vivian G V V Architects 802-862-9631 email www.gvvarchitects.com
We would like to offer assistance to building owners who require professional help to determine next steps for their damaged buildings. Our extensive experience with historic structures, analysis of systems failures, renovations and new construction is a resource we are willing to share within 1 hour driving time of Burlington, Vermont. Please contact us to set up a time at your convenience between now and September 30th, 2011.
I would be more than happy to offer the services of my office.
We are located in Shelburne, I would say Rutland is probably as far as we can reasonably go, but would consider going as far as Bennington/ Brattleboro if needed.
Would also be happy to consider grunt labor for myself and staff (4 of us total) for clean up days / habitat for humanity type labor days.
Experience – general architecture / residential / commercial, firm has historic preservation strengths.
Sebastion Pugliese, Architect 1430 Prindle Road Charlotte, VT 05445
Ph VT 802-425-3494 Ph NY 646-872-7296 email
I am able to travel throughout Vermont and will consider all requests for assitance. I have extensive residential and commercial construction experience.
Gregory Rabideau AIA, AP Rabideau Architects 550 Hinesburg Road Suite 101 South Burlington, Vermont 05403 802-863-0222 email
I and my team at Rabideau Architects would gladly offer assistance to homeowners affected by the recent flooding.
That could include evaluation of potential structural issues, mold mitigation, etc. or it could be some shovel work / demo work if needed.
For us, the projects need to be within 30 / 40 miles of Burlington.
Bob Duncan Duncan•Wisniewski Architecture 255 South Champlain Street Burlington, VT 05401
P_802.864.6693 x4# F_802.864.6932 email www.duncanwisniewski.com
In addition to architectural skills, I have both carpentry and masonry skills. I would prefer not to travel more than 60 miles, and cannot do Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays. Other days can be scheduled with a little notice.
I am an architect in Burlington- willing to help anyone needing consultation involving the storm. I will travel. Residential or commercial especially restaurant or retail is great.
Susan Coddaire AIA, LEED® studio b architecture 110 main street - 2b
Burlington, VT 05401 t: 802-318-1309 www.studiobvt.com
I am available to help Vermont residents and owners of flood-damaged properties in planning for repair & re-building. I can offer a consultation, on site within 100 miles of my office in Burlington. Ideally your builder or flood repair contractor would be present for the site visit/meeting as well.
Brad Rabinowitz Architect
www.bradrabinowitzarchitect.com email 802-658-0430 200 Main Street • Burlington, VT 05401
I would be interested in volunteering time. I am away until 9/19. I am in Burlington and could travel 1.5 hours +/-. Flexible about days but not Mondays. Our work has been single family and multi-family housing. And animal hospitals including shelters.
We can provided help within a 20 mile radius of Montpelier.
Paul Robert Rousselle, AIA email tel. 802-253-2110 cell 802-371-9233 Suite I, West Branch Gallery
17 Town Farm Lane Stowe, Vermont 05672
My field of expertise covers full range, Residential-commercial, structure; wood / metal/masonry/concrete, historic buildings. Will travel full state.
Tamara L. Marteney, AIA Alpine Architects
P.O. Box 493 Waitsfield, Vt 05673
(802) 496-7227 alpinearchitects.com
I am willing to provide planning advice. I am available M-F 8:00-2:30 (Tuesdays from 9:30-2:30). Based out of Warren/Waitsfield, I can travel up to 45 minutes away. I specialize in high performance building systems and details. I have worked as project architect on historic building renovations, low/moderate income public housing projects to moderate/high end single family residences.
McLeod Kredell Architects
3 Frog Hollow Alley • Middlebury, VT 05753
802-989-7242 3 Frog Hollow Alley • Middlebury, VT 05753
Jean Terwilliger Architect AIA
137 Cobb's Corners Rd. Cornwall, VT 05753
I would be happy to offer some Pro Bono assistance.Travel up to an hour- East Middlebury, Brandon, Rochester, Hancock would be the closest heavily hit areas. Timing is flexible, weekdays preferred.Residential “green” low-energy new and retrofit design is a specialty.
Middletown Springs, VT 802 235 2468
My schedule is fluid. Not empty, but flexible. I can talk about small buldings and energy efficiency and site planning and re-grading. I'm located in Middletown Springs. Happy to help out in S. VT somewhere.
firstname.lastname@example.org 802-875-6464 116 Main Street • On the Green • P.O. Box 428 • Chester, VT 05143-0428
Travel in Vermont: generally south of Rt. 4.
George Turner Architect
email@example.com 802 299 9134 PO Box 431 Hartford, Vt. 05047
Available for assistance to building owners and Towns re Recovery Planning and Design.
Specialty: historic resources, energy efficiency and Town design. Is there a silver lining?'
. ingrid moulton nichols . banwell architects, LEED AP, AIA .
I would be willing to offer pro bono work and live in Woodstock VT.
I would be willing to drive in a 40 min radius of Woodstock days available depends on week, but most saturdays. Expertise- general architecture- more commercial and industrial but also large scale housing, green design as well.
Daniel B. Johnson WATERSHED STUDIO architecture llc
www.watershedstudio.us 52 Bridge Street White River, VT 05001
802-291-7080 tel 802-291-7090 fax
Jeremy Coleman J. Coleman + Company Architects 95 Main Street Brattleboro, VT 05302
802-257-1950 v 802-258-3892 f www.colemanarchitects.com
I would be willing to offer consultation here in the SE corner of the state.
Chris Miller Ertel Associates Architects
Woodstock, VT work: 802 457 1602 home: 802 457 1239 email
I will offer pro bono professional advice.
I have already begun to set up a local team here in Woodstock to offer free advice on building damage and reconstruction, and have coordinated it with our volunteer flood relief leaders. We have a few experienced general contractors, myself, and are looking for a structural engineer in this area to add to our list. We all have experience primarily in residential design and construction.
For a list of Structural Engineers willing to assist with pro-bono structural engineering services, please contact the Structural Engineers Association of Vermont.
Jared Waite, PE
Hardy Structural Engineering
875 Roosevelt Hwy, Suite 130
Colchester, VT 05446