Governor’s Residence Historic Window Replacement
The Governor’s Residence in Hartford, Connecticut in a fine example of Georgian Revival Architecture. It was designed by the Boston architectural firm of Andrews, Jacques and Rantoul and was completed in 1909. The building is listed on both the State and National Historic Registers.

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QA+M Architecture has been engaged by the State of Connecticut to create the technical drawings and specifications to fully restore all the windows within the 14,000 square foot structure. These include double-hung sash, casement windows, French doors, transoms and skylights. The specifications call for removal of the windows and the restoration of the sash and glazing to be performed at the off-site shop of a yet to-be-selected prequalified contractor. All work will be done in conformance with the Secretary of the Interior’s guidelines for historic restoration.


State of Connecticut


Hartford, Connecticut




12,000 SF



QA+M Architecture is a full-service architectural firm that provides programming, planning and interior design for clients in commercial, community, education, healthcare, historical, housing, and recreational/athletic markets. Staffed by 34 dedicated professionals, including 14 licensed architects, QA+M has grown to be the 4th largest architectural firm in the Greater Hartford area.


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