Long View Forest
Long View Forest

Long View Forest offers a complete range of services to forest owners interested in an active approach to caring for their land. They purchased a 27 acre property in Hartland Vermont, that included an unfinished two-story hemlock timber frame building that was originally constructed to be a single family residence.

 We transformed this unfinished structure into their new headquarters. The 2400 sf two-story building provides work space for approximately 15 people.

We transformed this unfinished structure into their new headquarters. The 2400 sf two-story building provides work space for approximately 15 people.

 The first floor includes the main entry area, side entry/mudroom, kitchenette, a small conference room, a combination of small enclosed offices surrounding open collaboration space, an administrative office and work area, and restrooms. The second floor features a cathedral ceiling, a large conference room and executive offices.

The first floor includes the main entry area, side entry/mudroom, kitchenette, a small conference room, a combination of small enclosed offices surrounding open collaboration space, an administrative office and work area, and restrooms. The second floor features a cathedral ceiling, a large conference room and executive offices.

  Architect:  UK Architects, PC, Chris Ross, Kristina Hebert, and Chris Kennedy (principal in charge)   Lighting Design:  James Stockman, J&M Lighting Design   General Contractor:  Alex Stone, Greenstone, LLC   Currently under construction. Occupancy anticipated Fall 2018

Architect: UK Architects, PC, Chris Ross, Kristina Hebert, and Chris Kennedy (principal in charge)

Lighting Design: James Stockman, J&M Lighting Design

General Contractor: Alex Stone, Greenstone, LLC

Currently under construction. Occupancy anticipated Fall 2018

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Long View Forest
 We transformed this unfinished structure into their new headquarters. The 2400 sf two-story building provides work space for approximately 15 people.
 The first floor includes the main entry area, side entry/mudroom, kitchenette, a small conference room, a combination of small enclosed offices surrounding open collaboration space, an administrative office and work area, and restrooms. The second floor features a cathedral ceiling, a large conference room and executive offices.
  Architect:  UK Architects, PC, Chris Ross, Kristina Hebert, and Chris Kennedy (principal in charge)   Lighting Design:  James Stockman, J&M Lighting Design   General Contractor:  Alex Stone, Greenstone, LLC   Currently under construction. Occupancy anticipated Fall 2018
Long View BIMx 3D First Floor Plan-small.jpg
Long View BIMx 3D Section-small.jpg
Long View Forest

Long View Forest offers a complete range of services to forest owners interested in an active approach to caring for their land. They purchased a 27 acre property in Hartland Vermont, that included an unfinished two-story hemlock timber frame building that was originally constructed to be a single family residence.

We transformed this unfinished structure into their new headquarters. The 2400 sf two-story building provides work space for approximately 15 people.

The first floor includes the main entry area, side entry/mudroom, kitchenette, a small conference room, a combination of small enclosed offices surrounding open collaboration space, an administrative office and work area, and restrooms. The second floor features a cathedral ceiling, a large conference room and executive offices.

Architect: UK Architects, PC, Chris Ross, Kristina Hebert, and Chris Kennedy (principal in charge)

Lighting Design: James Stockman, J&M Lighting Design

General Contractor: Alex Stone, Greenstone, LLC

Currently under construction. Occupancy anticipated Fall 2018

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