Some Current Work, 117 Years ago

This picture was published in Cassier’s Magazine in 1897 and shows the location of two of our  current projects. The closer building, where steel is still being erected, is the Park Row Building, which was the tallest building in the world from its completion in 1899 until the completion of the Singer Building in 1908. …

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The Short Run

Sometimes, what’s really needed in a project is to buy some time. Organizations need to budget for work that may not have been foreseen, weather needs to cooperate, and people need to make plans. The Blithewood Drill Hall on the campus of Bard College is damaged but salvageable, but we needed to be certain that …

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Sculptural

Some terra cotta replacements are more eye-catching than others. Our work at 150 Nassau Street has attracted attention, largely because it’s hard to ignore 20-foot-tall angels. Of course, from our perspective, the issue is not the sculptural face of the terra cotta blocks that make up each of the angels, it’s rather how we provide …

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