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Stratford Great House – Robert E. Lee’s Birthplace

Stratford Hall was built by Thomas Lee in the late 1730s. It is furnished with an outstanding collection of predominantly 18th-century American and English decorative arts. The Stratford Great House truly lives up to its National Landmark status for which a mechanical upgrade was necessary for establishing a stable indoor environment. Our primary goal was to minimize the impact that the project has on the house while satisfying the objectives of the project, which is to increase the reliability of the mechanical system thereby minimizing the frequency and intensity of variations in the indoor conditions.

Location:  Stratford, VA

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