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Posted By: Paul B. Schmidt AIA Sep 24, 2016 6:47 PM
Found in Egroup: Historic Resources Committee
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RE your sheet metal restoration question, a suggestion from Roberta Deering, Former Preservation Director City of Sacramento (Relayed by Paul Schmidt AIA) see below: I'm cc'ing Craig Hausman, here, who was the architect for the City's restoration of the Mortuary Chapel at Sacramento's Historic City...
Posted By: Gordon H. Bock Sep 23, 2016 11:29 PM
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Hi Gordon and all All: Some thoughts on early 20th century cornice problems (endemic in the Northeast and Chicago). Check out: * Standard Practice in Sheet Metal Work (1929) from SMACNA.org, a manual of original period details (this sheet metal trade org. began with cornices before HVAC) *GFRC (glass...
Posted By: ANGLE Staff Sep 23, 2016 12:27 PM
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The AEC (Architecture, Engineering and Construction) Education Summit & Expo hosted by AIA Pennsylvania will take place next Thursday, September 29th at the Harrisburg Hilton. The Summit will focus on the state of Pennsylvania’s K-12 Public Education Facilities and the role and responsibili
Posted By: Ashley L. Wilson AIA Sep 23, 2016 6:06 AM
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HABS, NPS and the AIA are excited to announce the 34th annual Peterson Prize Winners for the student competition of measured drawings. The competition heightens awareness about historic buildings, augments the HABS collection of measured drawings at the Library of Congress and supports the art of...
Posted By: Ashley L. Wilson AIA Sep 23, 2016 6:05 AM
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HABS, NPS and the AIA are excited to announce the 34th annual Peterson Prize Winners for the student competition of measured drawings. The competition heightens awareness about historic buildings, augments the HABS collection of measured drawings at the Library of Congress and supports the art of...
Posted By: Michael F. Malinowski AIA Sep 22, 2016 8:53 PM
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Hi Gordon We have faced this situation a number of times and have saved the historic fabric by using automotive bondo, along with typical fiberglass mesh and/or light gage sheet metal backing as needed for areas that have 'little to no' metal left. This has been successful even where there was dramatic...
Posted By: Edward R. Acker AIA Sep 22, 2016 6:17 PM
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We have a large inventory of historic standing seam sheet metal roofs here in Winchester, VA. I too have been on the roofing part of this research trail. The National Park Service has Preservation Brief #4, Roofing for Historic Buildings which has a small section on metal roofing. But a huge PDF can...
Posted By: Michael W. Krause AIA Sep 22, 2016 5:52 PM
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The fabricator for the Milwaukee City Hall project was Heather & Little in Markham, Ontario. I know it is not the west coast but perhaps they have worked with an installer the can recommend in your region. ------------------------------ Michael Krause AIA ------------------------------
Posted By: Michael A. Dixon FAIA Sep 22, 2016 5:44 PM
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For the restoration of the Wyoming Capitol Building in Cheyenne the sheet metal work is being done by Renaissance roofing in Belvidere, Illinois. Check out their web site at Renaissance Roofing Inc. the contractor for the sheet metal work at the Wyoming State Capitol Building in Cheyenne is Renaissance...
Posted By: Maggie Brown Sep 22, 2016 12:01 PM
Found in Microsite: CommitteeontheEnvironment
Posted By: Belinda J. Stewart FAIA Sep 21, 2016 10:10 PM
Found in Egroup: Women in Architecture and Design
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Thank you for the suggestions and advice. Belinda. ------------------------------ Belinda Stewart FAIA FAIA Belinda Stewart Architects, PA Eupora MS ------------------------------
Posted By: Michael James Crosbie FAIA Sep 21, 2016 6:59 PM
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Sacred spaces and places have for millennia been the targets of manmade and natural disasters; our own age has been marked by tragedies at religious buildings and sites around the world. How do we make our sacred places and spaces more safe and secure in the event of displacement through attacks or...
Posted By: Michael James Crosbie FAIA Sep 21, 2016 6:59 PM
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Sacred spaces and places have for millennia been the targets of manmade and natural disasters; our own age has been marked by tragedies at religious buildings and sites around the world. How do we make our sacred places and spaces more safe and secure in the event of displacement through attacks or...
Posted By: Michael James Crosbie FAIA Sep 21, 2016 6:57 PM
Found in Egroup: Committee on Design
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Sacred spaces and places have for millennia been the targets of manmade and natural disasters; our own age has been marked by tragedies at religious buildings and sites around the world. How do we make our sacred places and spaces more safe and secure in the event of displacement through attacks or...
Posted By: A. G. Atkinson AIA Sep 21, 2016 6:40 PM
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I'm attempting to restore an historic building in San Francisco that has elaborate sheet metal cornice and crown moulding on two facades. The 7 story building was built in 1929 and, unfortunately, was not well maintained. The sheet metal was fabricated in galvanized iron and is rusted to the point...
Sacred spaces and places have for millennia been the targets of manmade and natural disasters; our own age has been marked by tragedies at religious buildings and sites around the world. How do we make our sacred places and spaces more safe and secure in the event of displacement through attacks or...
Posted By: A. G. Atkinson AIA Sep 21, 2016 2:41 PM
Found in Egroup: Historic Resources Committee