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Fitzgerald`s Heavy Timber Construction

Fitzgerald`s Heavy Timber Construction

We are a complete consulting and contracting company dedicated to helping clients find durable solutions to historic preservation and period construction issues. Make us responsible for the success of the project, and be assured of adherence to costs and schedules from the design stage through the installation of modern mechanical systems. From planning stage to project completion, our seasoned project management team can help you to control costs, deliver projects on time and to create new structures which emulate the work of the master builders of the past. Fitzgerald`s Heavy Timber Construction, Inc., works as a subcontractor or general contractor, often producing turn-key projects. We are in this business because we love what we do, and find great satisfaction in leaving behind us a trail of very useful and durable landmarks.

Fitzgerald`s Heavy Timber Construction, Inc., is a full-service timber framing specialist, furnishing elegant, cost-effective building solutions by combining traditional craftsmanship and technical innovation. Our core business is the application of heavy timber framing techniques for new timber frame construction and for the restoration of historic landmarks. Using both modern equipment and vintage machinery, our dedicated timber framers faithfully reproduce the most complex period joinery and hand hewn finishes. We operate our own "Frick" brand sawmill so we can control the quality and availability of the timbers we use. To remain completely accountable to our client, we furnish complete design, general contracting and sheet metal roofing services, too. This comprehensive approach enables us to bring efficiency to the design and production of custom post and beam structures.

Standing seamed metal roofing was the material of choice for all types of structures for more than a century, including barns, churches, covered bridges and public buildings.

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