APTNE 2011 Annual Meeting and Symposium: The Use of Substitute Materials on Historic Preservation Projects
Friday, February 4, 2011 at 8:00 AM (EST)
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APTNE 2011 Annual Symposium
Use of Substitute Materials on Historic Preservation Projects
The Association of Preservation Technology - Northeast Chapter will hold it's Annual Meeting and Symposium at the Back Bay Events Center in Boston on Friday, February 4, 2011.
The focus of the Symposium will be the Use of Substitute Materials on Historic Preservation Projects.
Papers on the following topics will be presented:
- Limitations or Imitations? Burlington's Experience with Substitute Materials
- Casting About for a Solution: The Use of Substitute Precast Limestone-Based Masonry Panels on Modernist-Era Federal Courthouse Rehabilitation
- I TOLD YOU SO: Thirty Year Study of 45 Years of Glass Fiber-Reinforced Plastic (GFRP) Facsimile Weathering on Preservation Projects in England
- Repair of Historic Masonry Structures using Cementitious Materials
- The Management of Historic Wooden Double-Hung Window Sash on New York City Landmark Buildings
- Lalique Cast Glass Facade, the Coty Building, NYC: Conservation with Epoxy and Replication of Damaged Cast Glass Panels
- Composite Repair Mortars: The "Other" Substitute Material
- An Introduction to Lithos Arte Restoration Mortar
- Fort Jefferson's Substitute Teachers: An Examination of Original and Restoration Material Performance
Nicholson & Galloway
Platinum Level Sponsors
Robert Silman Associates
Gold Level Sponsors Sponsors
Enola Contracting Services, Inc.
Essex Works Ltd.
Femenella & Associates
Freedom Cement LLC
Gale Associates, Inc.
Structures North Consulting Engineers, Inc.
Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.
Silver Level Sponsors Sponsors
Allen Architectural Metals, Inc.
Arteco & Design Restoration Corp.
CBI Consulting Inc.
Contracting Specialists, Inc
Kaese & Lynch Architecture and Engineering LLP
Facade MD Architects & Engineers
Menders, Torrey and Spencer
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Preservation Trust of Vermont
Coffee Break Sponsor
John Canning & Co. Ltd.
Evening Reception Sponsor
Nicholson & Galloway
- Coffee / Refreshments, Lunch, Evening Reception (details forthcoming)
- Annual Membership to APT NE
Details and Logistics:
- This event qualifies for AIA Learning Units (last year we provided 5.0 CEU's and expect this year's to be the same, amount to be formally verified)
- Please fill out form on the day of the event if you would like LU's to be reported to the AIA
Schedule of Events
7:30 - 8:30Registration
8:30 - 8:45Welcome by President of APTNE, Ed Meade
9:00 – 9:40Keynote Speaker, Henry Moss on "Authenticity and Transience: Issues of
Representation in Substitute Assemblies"
9:40 – 10:00Limitations on Imitations? Burlington’s Experience with Substitute Materials
Mary O’Neil, Associate Planner; Certified Local Government Coordinator,
City of Burlington, Vermont
10:00 - 10:20Casting About For a Solution: The Use of Substitute Precast Limestone-Based
Masonry Panels on a Modernist-Era Federal Courthouse Rehabilitation
Christopher Eck, Historic Preservation Officer, US General Services
Administration, Atlanta, GA
10:20 -11:00Coffee Break
11:00 -11:20The Management of Historic Wooden Double-Hung Window Sash on New York
City Landmark Buildings
Catherine M. Albert
11:20 -11:40Lalique Cast Glass Façade, the Coty Building, NYC: Conservation with Epoxy and
Replication of Damaged Cast Glass Panels
Arthur J. Femenella, President, Femenella & Associates, Inc.
11:40 - 12:00 Fort Jefferson’s Substitute Teachers: An examination of original and restoration
Michael Gnazzo, Cenaxo, LLC, Ken Uracius, Enola Contracting Services, Inc. and
John J Walsh, Highbridge Materials Consulting
12:00 - 12:30Discussion
12:30 - 2:00Lunch and Annual Meeting
2:00 - 2:20I TOLD YOU SO: Thirty Years Study of Forty-Five Years of Glass Fiber-Reinforced
Plastic (GFRP) Facsimile Weathering on Preservation Projects in England
John A. Fidler RIBA, IHBC, Intl Assoc AIA, FRICS, FSA, FIIC, FAPT, Staff Consultant
and Practice Leader: Preservation Technology, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.,
2:20 - 2:40Composite Repair Mortars: The "Other" Substitute Material
Michael Edison, President, Edison Coatings, Inc.
2:40 - 3:00Repair of Historic Masonry Structures Using Cementitious Materials
Brent Gabby, Senior Principal, Peter M. Babaian, Senior Project Manager and
Emily R. Hopps, Senior Staff II – Building Technology, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger,
3:00 - 3 :20Break
3:20 - 3:40An Introduction to Lithos Arte Restoration Mortar
Roy Ingraffia, Architectural Conservator, Milner + Carr Conservation, LLC,
Philadelphia, PA and Kyle Normandin, Associate Principal, WJE, New York, NY
3:40 - 4:30Discussion
5:00 - 7:00Reception at Old South Church, Gordon Chapel
Directions, Parking, Accommodations
Please refer to the website for the venue: www.backbayeventscenter.com. Our program will be held in the Dorothy Quincy Suite.
When & Where
Association for Preservation Technology North- East Chapter
Originally founded as the APT New York Chapter in the mid-1980s, the organization was restructured in 2003 as the APT Northeast Chapter encompassing New England, New York State, and northern New Jersey. At present we have approximately over 110 members.
As a chapter, we conduct workshops, co-sponsor events with local and statewide preservation organizations, and sponsor symposia including our annual meeting. We support preservation students by offering scholarships and outreach for student chapters.