A-1 Septic & Sewer has been in business for 10 years, serving the Northern Berkshire and neighboring Vermont areas. Their services include: septic tank cleaning & repair; trenchless sewer replacement; portable toilets; 200 ft. video inspection; drain & sewer cleaning; and catch basis cleaning & jetting. A-1 Septic has provided the portable toilet and service for our current Williamstown project at discounted rates.
The Alice Shaver Foundation provides grants for charitable, scientific and educational purposes. The grants generally benefit organizations that serve the elderly, the very young or the disadvantaged, and which involve a significant investment of time by their staff and volunteers. The Foundation has provided support for our Hall Street and Henderson Road projects as well as our current Main Street project.
A local firm specializing in kitchen and bathroom design, sales and installation with 25 years of professional experience. Benchmark Kitchens has donated kitchen cabinets and installation for recent projects.
The Berkshire Bank Foundations are guided by the values of the financial institutions that created them, a strong commitment to community, to leadership, and to preserving the character of our communities while fostering change that will keep communities strong and vital. The Foundations share a vision of healthy, vibrant, sustainable communities where educational and economic opportunity abound. The Foundation has provided support for our Hall Street, Henderson Road and Main Street projects in Williamstown and our most recent West Shaft Road project in North Adams.
The Japanese architect, Tadao Ando, has said, “Every wall has two lives.” Architecture is about how we make openings in the walls around us or between us. Openings give us the possibility of moving. Openings help us see. Openings connect the world on two sides of a wall. When we move through a wall, we know more because we know both sides. In moving through space, along a path that is created, I am grateful when movement and space find each other because of a wall and its openings and we have discovered the excitement of architecture.