Westminster Lofts Renovation

Site Specific is renovating a historic building along 270-276 Westminster St. Carlos Garcia, left, and Gustavo Valencia, installing drywall for Site Specific. PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

THE STORY: Site Specific was founded in 2004 and started small, but the contractor was named one of the region’s fastest-growing companies by Providence Business News in 2017 in the $5 million to $25 million revenue category.

› The rehabilitation and renovation of the Lapham and Wit buildings and the Trayne Building and its addition, all on Westminster Street in downtown Providence, will yield 52 apartments, 11,069 square feet of first-floor retail space and second-floor rentable office space from a total square footage of 105,906

› The project required close coordination by Site Specific with the developer and architect to achieve a workable plan for the three historic buildings and a new addition

› Preconstruction for the project began in 2017 with construction commencing in 2018; it is expected that the work will be done in 2019

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› Integrated project delivery from the beginning is the key to satisfying the client and delivering the most cost-effective project

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