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Sponsors

Meet the underwriters of the 2022 Traditional Building Conference Series.

Find out how you can join this team of suppliers who are committed to traditional building education and training. 

PLATINUM SPONSORS

Pilkington

Pilkington North America
Pilkington North America manufactures and markets glass and glazing products for the architectural markets.


Allied Window

Allied Window
Allied Window is a manufacturer of "invisible" custom aluminum storm windows for historic and other renovation projects on commercial or residential buildings. Their products have been used extensively on historically certified projects, including Faneuil Hall and The Old State House in Boston, which are owned by the National Park Service.


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Ludowici
Ludowici is the premiere manufacturer of clay tile roofing, which can be supplied in a variety of styles, sizes, textures and finishes. Ludowici offers a large variety of colors from our standard product line as well as color customization.


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Historical Arts and Casting
For over thirty years, Historical Arts and Casting has been actively involved in the design, manufacturing and installation of ornamental metalwork in the United States and abroad.


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Cold Mountain Custom and The Mixlengo Group
Cold Mountain Custom and The Mixlengo Group have partnered to distribute The Mixlengo Groups custom Italian Doors, Windows and other Fine Fenestration products to the United States.


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Aeratis
If you are looking to preserve your historic home or if you are on a committee and you are looking for a solution for inferior wood products, contact the specialists at Aeratis


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Oliveri Windows + Doors
Oliveri Millworks is a multi-generational family-owned business, producing and supplying the finest quality wood, steel, stainless steel windows and doors.


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Mon Ray
Since its beginning in 1947, Mon Ray has only been involved in manufacturing high performance, value-added aluminum window and door products. Product line includes DeVAC windows, Mon-Ray storm windows and doors, and Glasswalls porch enclosures.


SILVER SPONSORS

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At Marvin, we are driven to imagine and create better ways of living. With every window and door we make, we strive to bring more natural light and more fresh air into homes, and to create deeper connections to the natural world. We put people at the center of everything we do by designing for how people live and work and imagining new ways our products can contribute to happier and healthier homes.


BRONZE SPONSORS

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Rugo Stone
(Alexandria, VA & Newport, RI conferences)

Rugo Stone routinely employs over 120 employees, and works throughout the entire Mid-Atlantic region for some of the nation’s most acclaimed architects, churches, developers, construction managers, and private homeowners. Rugo Stone delivers highly detailed marble and granite fabrication, complex stone shop drawings, and detailed engineered support systems, along with rigorous scaffold and rigging challenges, in an environment of progressively shorter lead times.


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Cathedral Stone Products, Inc. 
(Alexandria, VA conference & Newport, RI conference).

Cathedral Stone Products began restoring masonry the "right way" over 30 years ago when company founder, Dennis Rude, discovered JAHN Restoration Mortars in Europe. He'd gone there to search for a solution to the failures he'd seen working as a stone mason in and around Washington, D.C.


Hull Millwork

Hull Millworks
(Newport, RI conference only)

Our singular team of master craftsmen from around the country excel in fabrication, restoration, and installation of architectural elements for commercial, civic, historic, and residential projects. Authorities on traditional woodworking methods and materials, Hull Millwork creates custom windows, doors, cabinetry, paneled walls, stairs, mantels, trophy rooms, moldings and trim at our state-of the-art facility in Fort Worth, Texas. A portfolio of institutional and commercial restorations, including National Register properties, bear the stamp of our period-specific expertise. Residences and estates are likewise endowed with beautifully detailed components that exude authenticity and a patina of the past.


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The Cooper Group
(Newport, RI Conference only)

The Cooper Group designs, manufactures and restores historical wood & steel windows. Also manufactures their own restoration cylinder glass in house. Offers insulated glass units with heat mirror technology, providing energy-efficient, historically accurate windows.


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Vintage Millwork & Restoration
(Newport, RI Conference only)

or more than 20 years, we’ve used old-world craftsmanship, modern technology, and high-quality materials to produce architectural millwork items of outstanding beauty and performance. From custom doors and windows, to cupolas, screened porches, and more, we create pieces to suit any style and set your project apart from the rest.


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Hope's Windows, Inc. 
(Newport, RI Conference only)

Superior quality translates to superior value and lasting satisfaction. Hope’s steel and bronze doors and windows are universally praised for their strength, durability, and unparalleled aesthetic value. Further, the inherent material strength, manufacturing processes, and finishing techniques result in doors and windows that last and sustain their beauty for generations.


Find out how to become a sponsor of the Traditional Building Conference Series!


Past Attendees Include:

Robert Stern Architects

Historical Concepts

Peter Pennoyer Architects

John Murray Architects

Fairfax Sammons

Einhorn Yaffee Prescot

Quinn Evans Architects

Glave Holmes

Schooly Caldwell Architects

Barnze Vanze Architects

David Schwartz Architects

Shope Reno Architects

The Architect of the Capitol

The National Park Service

U.S. Department of State

U.S. Department of Defense

General Services Administration

Princeton University

Duke University

MIT

Amer College of the Building Arts

S.C Historic Preservation Office

N.C. State Historic Preservation Office

Past Webinar Attendees Include:

Texas Historical Commission

City of Jacksonville

N.C. State University

Historic Santa Fe Foundation

U.S. Army

City of Hattiesburg MS.

Historic Rehab Contractors Inc.

Metropolitan Restorations Company Inc.

Bell Architects

City of Auburn AL.

Vanderbilt University

Johnson Laskey Architects

Vanccouver Heritage Foundation

Weslyan University