United States Postal Service – Window Replacement, Easton, PA
Location: Easton, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.
The Easton Post Office was constructed in 1910 as a two story mix of Beaux-Arts and Neoclassical styles with limestone cladding and wood double-hung windows. A later addition, complementing the original style, was built in 1937. The building is currently located in Easton’s historic district.
Muhlenberg Greene completed a study on the 48 double-hung wood windows, which included an environmental analysis on the lead-paint. We were then commissioned by the US Postal Service to complete the final design for the replacement of the deteriorated windows. This involved submitting and obtaining a “Certificate of Appropriateness” to the Historic District Commission for review and approval.