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The Woolworth Building – Digital Technology’s Impact on the Restoration of Historical Terra Cotta Architecture

Boston Valley Terra Cotta and the Wittkoff Group's work on The Woolworth Building restoration was featured in the Fall 2018 issue of Applicator Magazine.
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KPF's One Vanderbilt Construction Update by New York YIMBY

Kohn Pederson & Fox's One Vanderbilt has reached a height benchmark of 900 feet, exceeding The Metlife Building in Midtown Manhattan.
Health and Sciences Innovation Building, University of Arizona, Kovach, Kitchell of Phoenix, CO Architects

Kovach Building Enclosures Highlights Early Collaboration with Boston Valley on Twisted Terra Cotta Louvers

Boston Valley Terra Cotta worked closely with Kovach Building Enclosures, façade subcontractor on HSIB, to manufacture the TerraClad® façade at the University of Arizona.
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NYC's 10 Most Impressive Terra Cotta Buildings Include Five Projects by Boston Valley Terra Cotta

Boston Valley CEO, John Krouse will be honored at the Historic Districts Council’s annual Landmarks Lion Award ceremony celebrating the preservation of architectural terra cotta in NYC.

UB Jacobs School Wins 2018 Higher Education/Research Award of Merit

The 628,000-sq-ft eight-story Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences has been awarded the Engineering News-Record's New York Best Projects Higher Education/Research Award of Merit for 2018. The new medical school was designed and built from the ground up to meet LEED Gold requirements.
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Ceramic Artist Anne Currier's Exhibit Highlights a Collaboration With Boston Valley

Ceramic Artist, Anne Currier will be showing a range of sculptures for a solo exhibition at The Burchfield Penney Art Center entitled, Display, opening October 12.

Facade Tectonic's Mic Patterson Recaps The 3rd Annual ACAWorkshop

The Facade Tectonics Institute is keen to catalyze more such industry-academia collaborations, and commends Boston Valley Terra Cotta and the University of Buffalo for their leadership in this area and providing an exemplary model for such collaborative efforts.