Aubertine and Currier was hired by State Street Development to provide design plans for the reconstruction of the Meda Building façade in downtown Lowville. The existing façade was not in keeping with the historic context of downtown Lowville and was in need of structural rehabilitation. A&C was tasked in reconstructing the front façade to match the historic context of downtown, while at the same time, stabilizing the existing structure which was failing. Structural shoring was designed to hold the existing brickwork and left in place after structural work was completed. Vertical trim pilasters and horizontal trim valances were added to disguise the steel shoring work left in place. The façade detailing was inspired from past and current historic buildings of downtown Lowville. Corbel brackets, historic color scheme, recessed panels, and ample storefront glazing were all important pieces which brought the past back to life on this building.