Thaler Reilly Wilson has been responsible for over a dozen campus-let projects over the last three years at SUNY Cobleksill. Some of those projects include:
The adaptive reuse of a circa 1890 carriage house on the SUNY Cobleskill campus, which will serve as a retail outlet for products generated by school including fruits and vegetables, dairy products, meats, baked goods, flowers, and dry goods.
The renovation of the second floor Private Dining Room of Champlin Hall, consisting of all new finishes and furnishings, new lighting, and modifications to the mechanical and fire-detection systems.
The renovation of a 70 ft tall brick and limestone gym, one of the original four buildings forming the New York School of Agriculture, to significantly increase the weather-tightness and overall energy efficiency of the building through careful insulation and weather-stripping/storm window strategies, without compromising the assembly performance or historic features of the structure.
Multiple window and roof replacements to provide unproved maintainability and energy efficiency.