Boston Valley Terra Cotta assisted with the restoration of Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre, that brought this opulent movie house back to the glory of its original opening day on September 7, 1929. The Kings closed in 1977 and had been steadily deteriorating, before it became the focus of a $90 million renewal effort funded by public and private sources. Boston […]
Boston Valley Terra Cotta has the privilege of bringing our restoration expertise to Sydney, Australia, with work awarded at the Former Water Board Building. Known officially as the Former Metropolitan Water Sewerage and Drainage Board Head Office Building, it was designed by H.E. Budden and Mackey and completed in 1939. A high-rise was added on […]
Arc-US is North America's leading architect forum. It brings America's top architects together in one place for 4 days and 3 nights. It provides the most effective platform possible for suitable supplier companies to get to know the senior decision makers of the big architectural firms with major construction projects throughout North America and Canada.
The Association for Preservation Technology International (APT) is a cross - disciplinary, membership organization dedicated to promoting the best technology for conserving historic structures and their settings. Membership in APT provides exceptional opportunities for networking and the exchange of ideas. The 2016 Annual APT Conference will be held in San Antonio, Texas. More information on this event will be provided soon.
Architect's Newspaper has distilled the best of the Facades+ 2-day conference on high performance and high design building skins into a quick-take morning forum with a local focus—Facades+AM—this time tailor-made for Boston, Massachusetts.
Facades+ is the leading conference on high performance and high design building skins. Join the robust dialogue that covers all aspects of building envelopes and is the key to building resilient buildings, systems integration, and a sustainable built environment.
The Woolworth Building, designed by renowned architect, Cass Gilbert, held the record for the world’s tallest sky scrapper from its completion in 1913 until 1930. Designed in the Neo- Gothic style with detailed terra cotta cladding, the 60 story building stood as a symbol of the F. W. Woolworth Company and shaped the New York […]