Architect Panel- On the Surface: Modern Materials in Historic Restoration-

On the Surface: Modern Materials in Historic Restoration
Wednesday, September 21, 2011 9am – 1pm

Modern materials can preserve the aesthetic integrity of a building’s historic design and secure a restored building against future damage. William Neeley explains the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission’s position on the use of replacement materials in historic restoration work. Additional speakers present guidelines for analyzing aesthetics and feasibility of sourcing original materials, determining the need for more durable replacement materials and, through case studies, selecting and installing substitutes. Credits:
4 Continuing Education Hours, 4 HSW Credit Hours

Presenters:
William Neeley, Landmarks Preservation Commission
Mary Jablonski, Jablonski Building Conservation
Richard Pieper, Jan Hird Pokorny Associates, Battery Maritime Building
Frank Prial, Beyer Blinder Belle, lobby of Empire State Building

Location:
General Society for Mechanics and Tradesmen
20 West 44th StreetNew York, NY 10036
Between Fifth and Sixth Avenues

Fee:
$125 per person / $100 for friends of HDC (breakfast included)
To RSVP for this event please go to http://hdc.org/lectures.htm, or call 212-614-9107

Posted Under: Architect Panel, Education, Event, HDC, Historic District, Historic House, Interior Landmark, lecture, Restoration, The Politics of Preservation

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