The Long Walk at Trinity College, designed by the English architect, William Burges, was built in 1878 and is an important example of late 19th century collegiate architecture and of the High Victorian Gothic style in America. It is comprised of three polychromatic masonry buildings - Seabury and Jarvis Halls and Northam Tower. The buildings are outstanding examples of Collegiate Gothic architecture.
BCA assessed the condition of the exterior masonry, leaded and steel windows, and slate roofs; prepared the construction documents for their repair and restoration, and provided construction administration during construction.
Awards: Preservation Award (Hartford Preservation Alliance), Merit Award (CT Trust), Design Award, Preservation Category (AIA Connecticut)