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  • A Conger Goodyear House
  • Old Westbury, New York
  • Architect & Date:Edward Durell Stone, 1938
  • Client:World Monuments Fund
  • ICR provided conservation design services
  • ICR conducted analyses and testing for the conservation of the modern concrete residence.
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  • Beauport Sleeper McCann
  • Gloucester, Massachusetts
  • Architect & Date:Sleeper & Hanson, 1907-1934
  • Client:Historic New England
  • Initial needs assessment for interior and exterior
  • ICR began with a review of historic records regarding repair history, construction design details, and modifications over time to identify and evaluate accelerated deterioration. A visual survey of architectural elements was conducted followed by hands-on survey (where possible), which included sounding and moisture measurements.

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  • Bethesda Terrace, Central Park
  • New York, New York
  • Architect & Date:Calvert Vaux, 1859
  • Client:Cenrtal Park Conservancy
  • Laboratory testing for Minton tile repair and coating options
  • ICR conducted laboratory testing to help determine patch compounds and coatings for the repair and replacement of the Minton tiles in the ceiling.
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  • Bunce Island Slave Fort
  • Sierra Leone
  • Architect & Date:18th century
  • Client:Atkinson-Noland Associates
  • An initial needs assessment was conducted to gain an understanding of the site, materials and conditions.
  • ICR conducted an initial needs assessment of the materials at the ruins of the Slave Fort on Bunce Island in Sierra Leone. The assessment will contribute to a Conservation Master Plan developed for the site. 

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  • Churning Sea of Milk Gallery, Angkor Wat
  • Angkor Archeaological Park, Cambodia
  • Architect & Date:Unknown, 12th century
  • Client:World Monuments Fund
  • Program direction of conservation
  • ICR has served as Program Director for the conservation assessments, testing, training, and quality control of implementation for several sites at Angkor in Cambodia.
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  • Former Tiffany & Co. Building
  • New York, New York
  • Architect & Date:McKim, Mead & White, 1900
  • Client:Beyer Blinder Belle Architects
  • Exterior marble conservation and repair design and quality control
  • ICR developed a conservation program for the exterior marble which included contractor training for implementation.
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  • Manhattan Bridge Entry
  • New York, New York
  • Architect & Date:Carrère and Hastings, 1905
  • Client:Iffland, Kavenaugh, Waterbury Architects
  • Granite Conservation Testing and Quality Control
  • ICR conducted a survey and laboratory and in situ testing to design a conservation program for the granite. Quality control was conducted during implementation.
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  • Minnesota State Capitol
  • St. Paul, Minnesota
  • Architect & Date:Cass Gilbert, 1905
  • Client:Miller Dunwiddie Architects
  • Evaluation of consolidants on Georgian marble
  • ICR executed lab and field testing to evaluate consolidants for the Georgin marble and developed a maintenance plan for all exterior historic materials.
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  • Miramar
  • Newport, Rhode Island
  • Architect & Date:Horace Trumbauer, 1913
  • Client:Owner
  • Design-Build with ICC
  • Miramar was a design-build project by ICR and ICC starting with conditions assessment and testing by ICR followed by implementation by ICC.
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  • Montgomery Monument
  • New York, New York
  • Architect & Date:Jean-Jacques Caffieri, 1789
  • Client:Trinity Wall Street
  • Design and implementation of the conservation and restoration of the monument.
  • ICR designed and implemented, with ICC, the conservation and restoration of the monument and its surrounding window and masonry at St. Paul's Chapel. It is the first official monument of our country commissioned by the Continental Congress in 1776.
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  • Old San Juan Walls
  • San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • Architect & Date:Spanish Colonial Walls
  • Client:Conservacion
  • Material characterization and replication of historic stucco
  • ICR conducted on-site sampling of representative substrates and surface finishes followed by extensive laboratory analysis and testing.
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  • Phnom Bakheng
  • Angkor, Cambodia
  • Architect & Date:Unattributed, late 12th century
  • Client:World Monuments Fund
  • Stabilization and conservation of temple and brick shrines
  • ICR, specifically Glenn Boornazian, works as the Program Director for the World Monuments Fund project at Phnom Bakheng. The most recent work includes mobilization to the site and a stone conservation workshop to support the structural stabilization and conservation efforts. This phase of work is focused on the eastern section of the large Central Temple. 

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  • Riverside Church
  • New York, New York
  • Architect & Date:Allen & Collens, 1926-30
  • Client:Beyer Blinder Belle Architects
  • Exterior limestone conservation
  • ICR developed a conservation program to address the issues of the limestone decay at the tower.
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  • St Trophime
  • Arles, France
  • Architect & Date:12th - 14th century
  • Client:World Monuments Fund
  • Documentation and testing for marble and limestone conservation
  • With the support of the World Monuments Fund, ICR has coordinated efforts to digitally preserve the cloisters, test a variety of specialized cleaning methods and materials, fully survey and record the conditions, and conduct comprehensive laboratory tests of consolidants on the marble.
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  • The Morgan Library & Museum
  • New York, New York
  • Architect & Date:Charles McKim, 1906
  • Client:The Morgan Library & Museum
  • Design-Build - Cleaning Testing & Implementation
  • ICR conducted cleaning tests on the several marbles in the Central Hall and with ICC implemented the final recommendations.
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  • The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
  • New York, New York
  • Architect & Date:Frank Lloyd Wright, 1959
  • Client:Paratus Group
  • Exterior Concrete Restoration Analysis, Testing & Quality Control
  • Testing program developed for performance assessment of various repair materials in relation to replicated gunite and lightweight concrete. Quality control of in site mock ups and construction. Paint stratigraphy analysis.
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  • TWA Terminal at JFK Airport
  • Queens, New York
  • Architect & Date:Eero Saarinen, 1962
  • Client:Beyer Blinder Belle
  • Site Testing and Mock Ups for Interior Materials
  • ICR conducted several cleaning and adhesive removal tests on interior tile and marble and laboratory analyses of historic grout and paint samples. To assist with implementation, ICR and ICC conducted several mock ups of tile repairs at various architectural details within the curvilinear interior. This allowed for better quality control.
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  • U.S. Capitol - Marble
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Architect & Date:Benjamin Latrobe, 1793
  • Client:Oehrlein & Associates Architects
  • Laboratory and in situ testing of the marble
  • A conditions survey was conducted followed by the development of materials and methods for repair and consolidation.
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  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Architect & Date:Cass Gilbert, 1932
  • Client:oehrlein & Associates Architects
  • Laboratory and in situ consolidation testing on marble
  • In situ consolidation testing on west pediment marble sculptures and laboratory testing on marble samples from column capitals was conducted due to severe erosion.
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  • United Nations
  • New York, New York
  • Architect & Date:Le Corbusier, Niemeyer, Robertson, et al. w/Harrison and Abramovitz, 1950-1982
  • Client:R.A. Heintges & Associates
  • Survey and laboratory and in situ testing
  • ICR provided documentation and various site and laboratory tests for the restoration of he campus buildings.
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  • Untitled Donald Judd Sculpture
  • The Glass House, New Canaan, CT
  • Architect & Date:Donald Judd, 1971
  • Client:national Trust for Historic Preservation
  • Testing and implementation of concrete sculpture
  • The sculpture is site specific poured-in-place concrete. The sculpture was heavily soiled by biological growth and had four areas of loss and several cracks which required repair. ICR did design and implementation with ICC for the restoration of the sculpture.

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  • US Capitol: Paint Analysis
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Architect & Date:Benjamin Latrobe, 1793
  • Client:Curator of the Architect of the Capitol
  • Paint analysis to 1902 finish scheme
  • ICR conducted a comprehensive pigment and media investigation at the House of Representatives to identify a 1902 Rakemann finishes scheme using advanced instrumental analysis.
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  • 41st Precinct Station House
  • Bronx, New York
  • Architect & Date:Hazzard, Erskine & Blagdon, 1914
  • Client:Cabrera/Barricklo Architects PC
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  • Aaron Davis Hall Gatehouse
  • Harlem, New York
  • Architect & Date:Frederick S. Cook, 1890
  • Client:WASA
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  • Abyssinian Baptist Church
  • New York, New York
  • Architect & Date:1923
  • Client:HCH Architects
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  • Apple Bank
  • New York, New York
  • Architect & Date:York & Sawyer, 1928
  • Client:Stahl Real Estate
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  • Art and Architecture Building, Yale University
  • New Haven, Connecticut
  • Architect & Date:Paul Rudolph, 1963
  • Client:Beyer Blinder Belle, Architects and Planners
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  • Atlantic Bank
  • New York, New York
  • Architect & Date:George F. Pelham, 1930
  • Client:Atlantic Bank
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  • Avery Hall, Vassar College
  • Poughkeepsie, New York
  • Architect & Date:James Renwick, 1866
  • Client:Vassar College
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  • Barnard Statues
  • Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
  • Architect & Date:George Grey Barnard, 1903
  • Client:Pennsylvania Capitol Preservation Committee
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  • Basilica of St. Mary
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Architect & Date:Emmanuel Louis Masqueray, 1907
  • Client:Miller Dunwiddie Architecture
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  • Bow Bridge
  • Central Park, New York
  • Architect & Date:Calvert Vaux & Jacob Wrey Mould, 1862
  • Client:Central Park Conservancy
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  • Brooklyn Conservatory of Music
  • Brooklyn, New York
  • Architect & Date:S. F. Evelette, 1881
  • Client:New York Landmarks Conservancy
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  • Brooklyn General Post Office
  • Brooklyn, New York
  • Architect & Date:Mifflin E. Bell, 1885
  • Client:WASA and R. M. Kliment and Frances Halsband Architects
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  • Building 600, West Point Academy
  • West Point, New York
  • Architect & Date:Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson, 1910
  • Client:Iffland, Kavanaugh, Waterbury, Architects
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  • Butler Library, Columbia University
  • New York, New York
  • Architect & Date:James Gamble Rogers, 1934
  • Client:Wank Adams Slavin and Associates, Architects
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  • Calvary Episcopal Church
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Architect & Date:Ralph Adams Cram, 1906-07
  • Client:Gerald Allen and Jeffrey Harbinson Architects
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  • Carshalton gates at Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park
  • Oyster Bay, New York
  • Architect & Date:Giacomo Leoni, 1711
  • Client:Planting Fields Foundation
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  • Cathedral of St. Paul
  • St. Paul, Minnesota
  • Architect & Date:Emmanuel Louis Masqueray, 1915
  • Client:Miller Dunwiddie Architects
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  • Cathedral of the Incarnation
  • Garden City, New York
  • Architect & Date:John Kellum & Henry G. Harrison, 1871
  • Client:Cathedral of the Incarnation
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  • Central Park Naumberg Bandshell
  • Central Park, New York
  • Architect & Date:Calvert Vaux, 1862
  • Client:Central Park Conservancy
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  • Christ Church
  • Staten Island, New York
  • Architect & Date:William H. Mersereau
  • Client:Lichten Craig Architects
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  • Chrysler Building
  • New York, New York
  • Architect & Date:William Van Alen, 1930
  • Client:Beyer Blinder Belle Architects and Planners
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  • Church of the Ascension
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Architect & Date:William Halsey Wood, 1897
  • Client:Jendoco Construction Corp.
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  • Church of the Epiphany
  • New York, New York
  • Architect & Date:Belfatto & Pavarini, 1967
  • Client:Church of the Epiphany
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  • City College
  • New York, New York
  • Architect & Date:James Renwick, 1849
  • Client:Stein White Nelligan Architects, LLC
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  • City Hall Subway Station
  • New York, New York
  • Architect & Date:1904
  • Client:URS Greiner
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