We are so excited to collaborate with CBT Architects on the Housing The Hub Pavilion located on the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston. This project aims to explore the challenges and opportunities of the expanding housing need in Boston.

We worked with Dave N agahiro (pictured, left) and Mitch Bush of CBT Architects to supply our reclaimed lumber for use in their pavilion. Each display showcases a different species of reclaimed wood, including our Broad Street Spruce, which was reclaimed from a Bulfinch designed building just across the street from the Pavilion. We also supplied reclaimed Redwood and Mushroom wood.

The Housing The Hub exhibit, a part of HUBWeek, will be up on the Rose Kennedy Greenway until October 1st. 

For more information on this project, visit  housingthehub.com

or use the hashtag #housingthehub

Warren, RI Factory Heart Pine

Our latest project is in a Warren, RI factory, rich with history, where we are reclaiming 2 1/4" Heart Pine decking, 4"x10" Heart Pine joists, and 12"x12" Heart Pine beams, all unpainted, old growth Heart Pine.

This building, built in the first decade of the 1900's, helped the manufacturing industry flourish in the Rhode Island area, and we are working to help save a part of this important piece of New England history. 

Looking at the  amazing photograph Lewis Hine took one June morning in 1909 in Warren, RI (seen below)  makes us realize that the mills where we source much of our lumber are an important part of our recent history.

Hine's photographs are an amazing document. 
They are a record of an era that is gone.
The lumber we save is a precious piece of those times.
June 10, 1909. 6 a.m. Warren, Rhode Island Photo By Lewis Hine

Reclaimed Naval Yard Redwood

Our reclaimed redwood is a beautiful choice for exterior applications. We salvaged this wood from a water tank in the Portsmouth Naval Yard. Here it is applied as exterior cladding at a private residence and also used for an outdoor table. 


Shown here on a recent visit to our lumberyard in Oxford, MA are Stacy Evers of Gensler, on the right, and her client Rachel from the British Consulate.

They are reviewing selection of wood for an accent wall in an upcoming renovation.

Our inventory is always changing as we receive wood from a lot of different locations, so we welcome you to stop in!
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