Utica Armory – NY


Development Team

US Government
Bell & Spina Architects-Planners PC
BR Johnson

Product Line

5000 Series Steel Replica

Overview

The Utica Armory is a historic building located in Utica of Oneida County, New York. It is a structural steel structure with brick curtain walls built in 1930 for Troop A, 121st Cavalry, and designed by State architect William Haugaard. It consists of a two-story administration building with an attached three story drill shed. The administrative building features Tudor inspired towers, turrets and crenelated parapets. In 1995, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It currently serves as a base for the United States National Guard.

Diamond replaced the old steel windows on the upper section of the building with our steel replica windows, as you can see from the photos below. The next phase of the project will be replacing the bottom level floors old casement windows.


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