Itinerant Studio – Tennant Fit Out – Winchester Building

C&N Contractors treats their work as artisans. But our “art” is different than what most people think of as art.  So, when we had the opportunity to work with and for artists, we were appreciative of their work.  As it turns out, they were also appreciative of our work.

Vicki Rulli and Tom Heaphy started Itinerant Studio in 2004 and it has been on a rising trajectory ever since. The Studio is a production art studio creating original and limited edition mixed media works using a variety of techniques and materials that serves the design and wholesale trade.  Itinerant Studio is a production art studio creating original and limited edition mixed media works using a variety of techniques and materials that serves the design and wholesale trade.

When they purchased the 100 year old Winchester Building at 149 West Jefferson Street, they turned to C&N Contractors to help them fit out the building to their needs. C&N constructed two rooms – a Shop Room and a Flatbed Printer Room – with metal studs, insulation, and gypsum board.  Included in the work were two overhead steel doors, cleaning and servicing the unit heaters, install new 200 amp electrical service, and lighting installation.  The Flatbed Printer Room is critical to the operation of Itinerant Studio and the cleanliness and environment of the room must have the utmost integrity.

Taylor Van Vliet was the Project Manager, and Terry Davidson was the Superintendent for this job.