PVTA Working with the Pioneer Valley Transit Authority and Wendel WD Architecture, this project consisted of a 227,000 SF Operations & Vehicle Maintenance Facility for the Pioneer Valley Transportation Authority. View Project >>
Plymouth Town Hall This project consisted of the renovation of an existing 11,000 SF and addition of 62,000 SF of the 1820 Courthouse building. View Project >>
Shrewsbury Public Library This renovation project consisted of expanding the original 1903 Howe Memorial Library with a modern addition that complements the existing historic architecture. View Project >>
South Hadley Public Library A new $7.7 million library on the Connecticut River. View Project >>
John W. Olver Transit Center A model of energy efficiency, this project was the first zero-net-energy transit center ever built in the United States. View Project >>
Holyoke Public Library A renovation and addition project nearly doubled the size of Holyoke’s public library. View Project >>
Granby Public Safety Facility Fontaine has been actively involved in building public safety facilities for many years. From police and fire stations to correctional facilitates, our team has supported communities across the state with their building needs for public safety. This project consisted of a new one-story Public Safety Facility. This facility houses the Police, Fire, and EMS departments. The Police Station area included detention areas, booking areas, cells, a holding area, and other police station related spaces. Project features included administrative offices, dispatch rooms, interview rooms, and a main lobby. View Project >>
Chicopee Public Library A new 58,000-square-foot library, built at a cost of just under $6.8 million. View Project >>
White Street Fire Station The very first LEED Gold fire station to be built in the Northeast. View Project >>
Leominster Public Library A renovation and addition project transforms Leominster’s library. View Project >>
Franklin County Jail View Project >>
Franklin Street Fire Station View Project >>
Hampden County Women’s Correctional The new Hampden County Women's Correction Facility consisted of 220 beds and state-of-the-art security. Project features included exterior recreation decks at each housing unit and exterior walking track. The property and infrastructure exist for expansion to 328 bed facility. View Project >>