Providence, RI, March 10, 2017 – Martone, Incorporated announced today that the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI) has selected the firm to manage the interior restoration of the College’s President’s House. This will be the second time that Martone oversees restoration work on the historic Federal and Greek revival home, which was built in 1830, and bequeathed to the campus as part of the Knight Estate.
“We’re thrilled to continue our partnership with CCRI,” shares founder Michael Martone. “We strive to earn the high satisfaction of our clients, and appreciate the College’s continued trust in the quality of our work, and our team.”
Previously, Martone focused on the exterior restoration of the building. Highlights of the new project include:
- Re-wiring and modernizing of mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection systems
- Restoration of all windows, interior plaster and interior wood surfaces
- Renovation of 3 bathrooms to meet ADA compliance
The project is slated for completion by August 2017 in time for the start of the next academic calendar.
Founded in 1964, the Community College of Rhode Island is a non-profit educational institution with nearly 18,000 students enrolled at six campus locations across the state. The College offers programs in academic and vocational-technical areas as well as a full complement of programs and services for full and part-time students, for recent high school graduates and for older, adult learners. To learn more, visit: ccri.org.
About Martone, Inc:
Founded in 1996, and based in Narragansett, Rhode Island, Martone is a recognized leader in managing complex construction, restoration, painting and coating projects across a range of commercial, industrial and residential applications. For further information, please visit: martoneinc.com.