The oldest existing building at Yale University, Connecticut Hall (1750-52) is one of the finest remaining examples of Georgian architecture on a New England college campus. Originally a near duplicate of Harvard University’s Massachusetts Hall (1719-20), Connecticut Hall has undergone a series of modifications over the course of its life. DBVW completed a full restoration of the building exterior in 2019. This project involved restoring of all of the wood windows and shutters, adding storm windows with insect screens, repointing all of the masonry, replacing severely deteriorated brownstone with local, salvaged brownstone, and replicating historic carvings at the replaced brownstone units.
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