Category Archives: Preservation

The San Francisco Plantation Historic Preservation Project

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SAVING HISTORY FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS THE SAN FRANCISCO PLANTATION 2646, Louisiana 44 Garyville, LA 70051 (985) 535-2341 Owner: Marathon Oil Company, Oil Refinery General Contractor: Collums Construction Project Manager: Hal Collums, Collums Construction¬† Construction: The original house was built in the late 1820’s according to historical records. Around 1850, the San Francisco Plantation came under […]

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Custom Hand Carved Stair Railing

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One of our mill shop craftsmen carved a stair railing to match historic mill work in an Uptown home

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Historic Mansion Turned into a Film Studio

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A historic New Orleans mansion was transformed into a state-of-the-art film studio with millwork by our mill work shop.

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Followup to a Historic Renovation on Dauphine St.

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Window frames fabricated out of lumber from a historic New Orleans store await shipment to the New Orleans Preservation Resource Center shop.

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Matching Old & New in a New Orleans Renovation

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New custom louvered closet doors were designed and fabricated to perfectly match existing cypress doors in a historic New Orleans French Quarter renovation.

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New Storm Shutters for Ursuline Convent

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Ursuline Convent, the oldest building in the Mississippi valley, gets new custom-made storm shutters.

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A New Orleans Historic Preservation Project

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Building Green: Central City Millworks creates energy efficient custom windows as part of a New Orleans historic preservation project.

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Andrew Wilson: Historic Renovation in New Orleans

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The preservation of Andrew Wilson Elementary School in New Orleans resulted in an award for Central City Millworks.

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New Orleans Historic Renovation Slideshow

Central City Millworks presents a slide show that displays the company’s extensive record of historic preservation in New Orleans.

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