Architectural Preservation Studio’s partners Pamela Jerome and Carl Rothbart were proud to participate in the groundbreaking for the first phase of restoration of the National Historic Landmark Hinchliffe Stadium in Paterson, NJ. #hinchliffestadium, #hinchliffe, #paterson, #HistoricPreservation, #PatersonGreatFalls
Pamela Jerome & Scott Perkins, Fallingwater’s Director of Preservation, during the 12-year maintenance checkup last week @Fallingwater
Architectural Preservation Studio is pleased to announce that we are now a WBE certified by the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey.
Curt Genga, the Director of Properties and Olga Bachilova, the Chief Historical Architect for the Preservation Society of Newport County presenting our work with them at APTNE conference at Rosecliff on February 5th, 2016 followed by a reception at the Marble House #aptne #psnc
June 11, 1938 - January 1, 2016
The partners of Architectural Preservation Studio are saddened by the loss of their mentor, colleague, and friend, Hazel Ephron. Hazel joined Wank Adams Slavin Associates (WASA Studio) in 1974 as an architect, became an Associate in 1980, and was a partner of the firm from 1985 to 2007, working with the Preservation Group past her retirement until 2010. She was an accomplished architect and leader of the firm for both new construction and preservation. Hazel was also a founding member of Professional Women in Construction. She will be missed.
We are pleased to announce that the Lincoln Depot Museum designed by APS’s partner Douglas Emilio received the following recognition:
Architectural Preservation Studio was just granted WBE certification from WBENC @ArchPresStudio #WBE #WomenBusiness
Architectural Preservation Studio President, Pamela Jerome, attended the December 2, 2015 event at Federal Hall to announce that Federal Hall has become one of America's National Treasures, a program developed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Federal Hall is one of five northeast sites to receive a grant from the National Trust's Presenting Partner, American Express. Hinchliffe Stadium in Paterson, NJ, for which APS is the preservation architect, has also benefited with a grant from American Express through this same program.
We are pleased to announce that Architectural Preservation Studio's President, Pamela Jerome, AIA, FAPT, has been named a US/ICOMOS Fellow.
APS had the pleasure of 3D laser scanning the Temple Israel sanctuary and associated buildings.
As a result of the recent unprecedented outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in the South Bronx, the New York City has enacted a new law that commissions the registration of cooling towers, fluid coolers and evaporative condensers with the Department of Buildings (DOB). This law enables the City to track where this equipment is located and how it is maintained. Building owners are mandated by the new law to comply with certain reporting requirements, including registering existing equipment by September 17, 2015.
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The exhibition Architectural Heritage Preservation International took place at the Shanghai Exhibition Center from August 28th to 30th, 2015. The theme of the exhibition was "Conservation and Reuse of Historic Masonry Buildings". Architectural Preservation Studio's Pamela Jerome, AIA, LEED AP, FAPT attended the exposition and presented.
Architectural Preservation Studio was pleased to host and exchange ideas with a delegation of cultural heritage professionals from the Republic of Kazakhstan on August 3rd, 2015 as part of the US Department of State International Visitor Leadership Program.
Façade projects requiring site safety plans – buildings 15 stories and higher - may now use a site safety manager, rigger, designated rigging foreman or qualified person to oversee site safety. See NYC Building Code §§3310, 3314.4 and 3316.9, and 1 RCNY 3310-01.