The company grew to provide engineering, construction, environmental, and plant operation and maintenance services, and it has long been involved in power generation projects, and with most American nuclear power plants.
Stone & Webster was acquired and integrated as a division of The Shaw Group in 2000, and in 2012, the French engineering conglomerate Technip acquired Stone & Webster's energy and chemical business, and process technologies and associated oil and gas engineering capabilities from The Shaw Group. Webster first met in 1884 and became close friends while studying electrical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Cathy In my bedroom of our 1976 mobile home, we removed the built-in drawer unit/vanity in the master bedroom to make use of "outdated" space.
We then covered the brown paneled walls and closet doors with inexpensive paintable textured wallpaper.
If there’s one thing we love about CIRCA, it’s the chance to “tour” the great vernacular architecture that makes America wonderful.
Grab a martini and get ready to learn all about the Mid-Century Modern style!
for a few thousand dollars and later sold it for $500,000.
Throughout the next ten years, Stone & Webster acquired interest in large number of utilities while offering managerial, engineering and financial consulting to a number of independent utility firms.
The Mid-century Modern style is comprised of several subtypes including the Ranch, Split-Level Ranch, Contemporary & Shed.
The historical precedent to the Mid-Century Modern is the Minimal Traditional style, which dominated the American landscape into the 1950s.
The windows are typically single pane and updating them to energy efficient double-pane windows does wonders to keep the heat in, lower the heating bill and solve that drafty problem.
Typically, MCM homes simply used “field-built windows”- that is, large inoperable panes of glass stopped-into place with wood trim.
What about siding or putting on a peaked roof facade? First, I washed the paneling with TSP to get any oil or furniture spray that had been used to preserve the paneling then I coated it with primer before painting.