Projects completed for the Springfield Metropolitan Housing Authority consist of many different types. The first was an addition of handrails to the Hugh E. Taylor Apartments and Grayhill Homes. Though seemingly small, the handrails made an immense impact on both building’s residents. Next, the Springfield Metropolitan Housing Authority had outgrown their current office building and opted to move into the first floor of the old Columbia Gas building in downtown Springfield, also the home of Craig E. Dillon, AIA Architects. The space was gutted and completely revamped to include special amenities and requirements to make the Springfield Metropolitan Housing Authority feel as though the building was constructed with their purposes in mind. Continuing the relationship with SMHA, other projects include: renovations of Cole Manor Apartments, Kenton Street Homes, Woodglen Apartments, Murray Street Apartments, Green Brier Apartments, Woodford Apartments, and Grayhill Roofing and HVAC upgrades.