• A detail shot of the upper portion and roof line of the Conrad B. Dubenstein U.S. Bankruptcy Courthouse in New York City. An award winning architectural terra cotta restoration utilizing hand press, RAM press and extrusion forming method to recreate over 17,000 terra cotta facade pieces.

Conrad B. Dubenstein U.S. Bankruptcy Courthouse

Location
Brooklyn, NY
Restoration Architect
Goody Clancy
Installation Contractor
Nicholson & Galloway Inc.
Product
Terra Cotta Masonry
Forming Method
Hand Press, RAM Press, Extrusion
Market
Government
Region
Northeast

For the 17,000 unit, Conrad B. Dubenstein U.S. Bankruptcy Courthouse restoration, Boston Valley worked with a third-party company to perform monthly or bi-monthly layout and dry-fit inspections at our facility of every block manufactured for every elevation on the 1930’s terra cotta building.




The New York Landmarks Conservancy

Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards
Conrad B. Duberstein U.S. Bankruptcy Courthouse (April 30, 2015)