Boston College, St. Mary’s Hall

One of the first buildings to be built in the Collegiate Gothic style at Boston College, St. Mary’s Hall originally served as a Jesuit residence.

During its comprehensive renovation, EverGreene restored the historic plaster and Caen stone in the building's first floor hallways, cleaned the stone in the Chapel and applied Dutch metal gilding in the sacristy. Our conservators cleaned years of accumulated grime and smoke from the blocks’ surface and our craftsmen repaired cracks and replaced damaged blocks with newly-replicated ones.

The historic building continues to be a Jesuit residence today and also houses several academic departments.

Photography Credit
  • Robert Benson Photography
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Restoration/Renovation Architect
DiMella Schaffer
General Contractor
Shawmut Design & Construction
Original Architect
Charles Donagh Maginnis
Client
Shawmut Design & Construction
Originally Designed/Built
1917
Services
  • Specialty Plaster / Caen Stone
  • Plaster Restoration/Conservation & Consolidation
  • Gilding
  • Stone Cleaning