Awards

Liberty Tower at 55 Liberty Street, NYC

2011 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award (New York Landmarks Conservancy)

  • The Moses Award is the highest honor given by the Conservancy to recognize excellence in historic preservation

Project Highlights:

  • Repairing and replacing approximately 3,000 non-uniform white terra cotta stones, gargoyles and other ornamental figures on the building’s façade
  • Installation of a permanent scaffold and rigging system on the pitched copper roof to facilitate future restoration projects
  • Staging and executing the project safely in a very public Lower Manhattan location with a high volume of pedestrian and automobile tr

Scholastic, Inc. Building at 555 Broadway, NYC

2008 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award (New York Landmarks Conservancy)

  • The Moses Award is the highest honor given by the Conservancy to recognize excellence in historic preservation

Project Highlights:

  • Assisting in the restoration of penthouses and façade elements, including windows and ground floor storefronts
  • In order to revive the original appearance of the facade, twelve layers of paint were removed from the cast iron and pressed metal features
  • A recreated color scheme was applied to the façade flawlessly mimicking the original 1887 design

The Eldridge Street Synagogue at 12 Eldridge Street, NYC

2008 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award (New York Landmarks Conservancy) 

  • The Moses Award is the highest honor given by the Conservancy to recognize excellence in historic preservation

2008 National Preservation Honor Award (National Trust for Historic Preservation)

  • The Honor Awards recognize the efforts of those whose skill and determination has given new meaning to their communities through preservation

2008 Preservation Award (Victorian Society in America, Metropolitan Chapter)

  • The Preservation Award honors projects of outstanding merit in the preservation of significant artifacts from Victorian material culture

2008 MASterwork Award (The Municipal Art Society of New York)

  • MASterwork Awards recognize excellence in architecture and urban design that has made a significant contribution to New York’s built environment

Project Highlights:

  • Cleaning a façade with elaborate cornices, molded brick, windows of varying sizes, stained glass, rounded arches, bell-shaped pinnacles and carved columns
  • Overseeing fabrication of new finials that maintain architectural and historical integrity
 

90 West Street, NYC

2006 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award (New York Landmarks Conservancy

  • The Moses Award is the highest honor given by the Conservancy to recognize excellence in historic preservation

2006 National Preservation Honor Award (National Trust for Historic Preservation)

  • The Honor Awards recognize the efforts of those whose skill and determination has given new meaning to their communities through preservation

2006 Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation (Preservation League of New York State)

  • The award acknowledges notable achievements in retaining, promoting and reusing New York State’s irreplaceable architectural heritage

2006 Restoration Award (Victorian Society in America, Metropolitan Chapter)

  • The Restoration Award honors projects of outstanding merit in the restoration of significant artifacts from Victorian material culture

Best of 2005 Project of the Year for Adaptive Reuse Project (New York Construction Magazine)

Project Highlights:

  • Repaired and replaced 8,000 terra cotta stones, decorative gargoyles and stone figures in the façade
  • Replaced the entire north elevation of the granite building base with a granite panel system, using ornate hand-cut stone carved in Italy and Canada
  • Replaced the entire copper mansard roof and recreated the original roof balustrade profile in fiberglass