Project: Rowley House Museum

Williamsport, PA 17701


Preservation Williamsport has taken the initiative to preserve one of the most original and well-preserved residential properties in Williamsport historic district. In 1888, on of the wealthiest men in Pennsylvania, E.A. Rowley, completed building his main residence in a prime location on Williamsport’s most affluent street. Its architect, Eber Culver, remarked that he had created one of the most architecturally significant houses in the state. It is a fine example of Queen Anne style architecture and is typical of the mansions of the 19th century entrepreneurs who became wealthy during Williamsport’s lumbering era. Provided Full Architectural Services for the renovations and restoration work to the Rowley House Museum including new exterior painting, slate roof repair, brick masonry repair and repointing, stained glass repair, heating system upgrade, and period site landscaping.

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  • Bid through general contractors
  • Local Codes
  • Local Zoning
  • Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry
Services Provided:
  • Bidding and Negotiation
  • Construction Observation
  • Contract Documents
  • Design Development
  • Full Architectural Services
  • Opinion of Probable Cost
  • Project Close-out

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