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  • 163) Squires Tavern contractor work

    163) Squires Tavern contractor work - week ending March 9, 2002 Carpenter Ed Kostak and son continue to make progress on replacing exterior trim boards. Painter Dave Mercer has finished more windows and has taken another group of windows to sand and prime inside surfaces (and repair if needed). Electrical...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 03-09-2002
  • 159) Squires Tavern contractor work

    159) Squires Tavern contractor work - week ending March 1, 2002 Plumber Clayton Webb has finished installing a toilet in what will be the new bathroom. He has roughed in much of vent and waste systems needed for the bathroom and small kitchen area. Painter Dave Mercier has finished painting and reglazing...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 03-01-2002
  • 145) Paint analysis contractors

    145) Paint analysis contractors - January 17, 2002 Leslie Cosgrove researches contractors who are experts in analyzing paint in historic buildings. The information is compiled and distributed to committee members.
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 01-17-2002
  • 142) Plaster contractor surveys Tavern

    142) Plaster contractor surveys Tavern - January 12, 2002 Mike Zordan of Torrington Plasters inspects the building and provides information on plaster work. The Tavern has sheetrock on many of the walls and it is our hope that the sheetrock can be replaced with plaster. Mike gives information covering...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 01-12-2002
  • 140) Squires Tavern work party

    140) Squires Tavern work party - January 9, 2002 Volunteers burn the brush pile that has accumulated from clearing the back yard over the past couple of months. Work was also done in the south downstairs bedroom with the removal of a sheetrock interior wall. More work was done in the "stencil closet"...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 01-09-2002
  • 134) Squires Tavern contractor work

    134) Squires Tavern contractor work - December 22, 2001 Plumber Clayton Web installs a shutoff and drain valve so that the plumbing to the bathroom can be shut off and drained for the winter (this bathroom will be relocated).
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 12-22-2001
  • 131) Squires Tavern contractor work

    131) Squires Tavern contractor work - December 15, 2001 Contractors working on the Squires Tavern have made progress during this week. Bill Parsons has installed flue tile for stove all the way up the front kitchen chimney and is now was working on the thimble for the wood stove. Plumber Clayton Webb...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 12-15-2001
  • 125) Squires Tavern contractor work

    125) Squires Tavern contractor work - November 28, 2001 ROOF SHINGLING IS COMPLETED! Contractor Mike Cote has nailed the last shingle on the roof of the Squires Tavern today. We now have a new roof of red cedar shingles which we hope will last for many decades. A big project and a major area of concern...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 11-28-2001
  • 123) Squires Tavern contractor work

    123) Squires Tavern contractor work - November 24, 2001 Progress made by contractors for the week ending November 24: Mike Cote has finished shingling the back roof of the main part of the tavern and has started flashing on the front portion. Ed Kostak has completed about 90% of the clapboard work on...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 11-24-2001
  • 116) Squires Tavern contractor work

    116) Squires Tavern contractor work - November 13, 2001 Mike Cote has finished the roof shingles on the front of the ell and has started on the back portion of the ell. Walt researches epoxy options (and there are many!) to find the correct one to use for preserving the sills of the tavern.
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 11-13-2001
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