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VEST-LINDSEY HOUSE

This project included the replacement of an existing standing seam metal roof, patching and painting existing wood clap board, windows, trim, doors and metal railings. Gutters were tested for water flow, re-secured, and existing downspouts repaired. Masonry surfaces were cleaned and selected areas tuckpointed or repaired.

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SWITZER COVERED BRIDGE

This project included the installation of a new cedar shingle roof and repairs to the wood siding of the historic Switzer Covered Bridge, one of only a dozen remaining covered bridges in Kentucky. The bridge was originally built circa 1855 as a 120 ft. long Howe Truss design spanning across …

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OWEN COUNTY MEDICAL CLINIC

Working with a large group of doctors and private citizens, our firm designed a medical office duplex building for two different groups. One side consisted of 20 Exam rooms, offices and associated spaces for the Owen County Clinic, an extension of the local New Horizons Medical Center which was land-locked. …

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VETERAN AFFAIRS FIFTH FLOOR RENOVATION

The recently occupied fifth floor of the Veterans’ Affairs Medical Center in Lexington, Kentucky includes thirty-two patient care rooms and support spaces. Our renovation serves as a prototype for subsequent renovations on other floors of the Medical Center, and reflects a shift in VA practice from shared to private patient …

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ESTILL COUNTY COURTHOUSE PRESERVATION

This project was funded by a Transportation Enhancement 21 Grant, administered by the Kentucky Heritage Council and Bluegrass Area Development District, and by the Administrative Office of the Courts. We followed guidelines for Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation to renovate and restore this historic structure. The project includes masonry …

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LARABEE-MORRIS HALL RENOVATION

In 2010, Potts Architects began the first of several projects for Asbury Theological Seminary by renovating the oldest and most historically significant structure on the Seminary’s campus. This project included complete gutting of the interior walls of existing student housing for renovation as staff offices.  The project included all new interior …