For seven months in 2020, Lantz worked diligently to renovate the circa 1860 Jennings House in Elkton, Virginia in order to reestablish its use for the Town of Elkton.  This grand, Italianate-style brick home and former residence of Dr. Simeon B. Jennings (1806-1886) served the town and community in various capacities from 1964-2016.  However, after more than half a century of continuous use, the building was closed pending necessary repairs/improvements.

Culminating in a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, December 11th, this highly-anticipated renovation project holds great significance to the Town of Elkton and would not have come to fruition if not for the hard work and dedication of many other parties, including Lineage Architects in Verona, multiple trade partners, and the town’s residents and City Council.

Once again serving as Elkton’s town hall and police department, the now 180 year-old Jennings House also provides meeting space for small groups and clubs as well as an area dedicated to historical and visitor information.

For additional finished project photos and details, click here.  Related articles: DNR (04/21/2020), WHSV (12/10/2020)

Pictured left to right: Lantz’s President & CEO Chris Weaver, Superintendent Jeremy Dean, and Director of Construction Management  Kevin Gabel.