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Featured Projects

BU Boathouse

Boston University Boat House

This project included the installation of a Pre-Patinated copper batten seam roof.

Boston Tea Party Musuem

A new construction project including copper gutters and synthetic slate roofing.

Boston Public Library

Boston Public Library

Boston, MA. A large tile and copper restoration project. This high profile project included new custom molded tile to replicate the existing historic tile, restoration of the copper cheneau and Included the installation of over 9 tons of copper.

Old South Church Boston, MA

Complete replacement of the historical slate and copper roof matching original slate color and patterns.

Yin Yu Tang House Salem, MA

The Yin Yu Tang house is a late 18th-century Chinese house from Anhui province in China that was dismantled in its original Chinese village and re-erected at the Peabody Essex Museum.

Harvard University, Memorial Hall Cambridge, MA

The tower, which burned down in 1956, required replicating decorative copper elements and slate patterns from old photographs. Gilbert & Becker was heavily involved in the preconstruction design and development.

Wang Center, Wellesley College Wellesley, MA

An unusually complex slate, copper and PVC roofing project. All exterior walls are slate and copper.

Fresh Pond Water Treatment Plant Cambridge, MA

Fresh Pond Water Treatment Plant Cambridge, MA

This project was new construction and included the installation of slate, copper and EPDM roofing.

West Quoddy Head Lighthouse

West Quoddy Head Lighthouse Lubec, ME

Historical replication of an iconic lighthouse in the Easternmost part of the United States.

Quincy Market

A very elaborate copper project. Due to the elliptical shape of the dome, each copper panel had to be individually fabricated in the field by hand.

Faneuil Hall

Full replacement of all copper and slate roofing.

Kings Chapel

Built in 1688, this was Boston’s first Anglican Church, and is now the oldest in America. We removed an existing standing seam copper roof and installed new slate to match that of the original construction.

Gateway to Chinatown

Gateway to Chinatown

A small but intricate tile project. The materials were imported from Taipei.

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