Awards



Murray Hill Architectural Preservation Award: 2009

The Murray Hill Neighborhood Association recognized PRESERV for its outstanding exterior restoration of 129 East 35th Street, a New York City landmark brownstone, by presenting PRESERV with its Architectural Preservation Award.

View project : 129 East 35th Street



Regina Kellerman Award: 2009

The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation presented its Regina Kellerman Award to PRESERV in recognition of PRESERV's creative façade restoration of 171-173 MacDougal Street. In presenting the award, the Society emphasized PRESERV's contextual renovation of the building, which integrated modern features within the historic façade.

View project : 171-173 MacDougal Street



Award from the Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts: 2009

The Friends of the Upper East Side presented this award to PRESERV for its restoration of 525 Park Avenue, which comprised rebuilding the terracotta façade and balconies of this early 20th century landmark.

View project : 525 Park Avenue



New York Magazine-"Best of New York": 2006

The editors of New York Magazine selected PRESERV as their choice as one of the best façade restoration companies in New York City.

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Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award: 2005

The New York Landmarks Conservancy presented their Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award to PRESERV in recognition of restoring the Bennet-Ferrell-Feldmann House in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. The house, built in 1847 and now designated as a New York City landmark, is one of the few remaining Greek Revival style buildings in Brooklyn. By the 1990s, it had fallen into such disrepair that it had been closed and boarded up. PRESERV was able to restore the house to its original beauty through a series of superb exterior restorations, which encompassed replacing deteriorating sections, refurbishing and repainting the house and rebuilding the entire porch, including fabricating new columns.

View project : 119 95th Street



The Hoboken Heritage Award: 2000

On December 1, 1999, the Hoboken Historic Preservation Commission bestowed its Hoboken Heritage Award on PRESERV for its restoration of Our Lady of Grace Roman Catholic Church in downtown Hoboken. This unique church, which is listed on both the National Register of Historic Places and the New Jersey Register of Historic Places, is a veritable showpiece of masonry materials including brick, limestone, yellow and brown sandstone, bluestone and granite.

View project : Our Lady of Grace Church



Award from the Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts: 1999

The Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts recognized PRESERV's restoration work at a ceremony held on January 14, 1999 at the Asia Society. The "Maintenance" award was presented to Carl Culbreth on behalf of PRESERV by New York Times columnist, Christopher Gray, in recognition of PRESERV's exterior restoration of the "Black & Whites", a group of attached row houses converted into co-op apartments at 527-541 East 72nd Street.



Award from the Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts: 1998

On January 15, 1998, the Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts gave PRESERV its Restoration Award in recognition of its work on the comprehensive façade restoration of the landmark Park East Synagogue.

View project : Park East Synagogue



PRESERV NEWS

New Projects: 443 Greenwich Street

PRESERV has been awarded the contract for the façade restoration of this 1905, 7-story Tribeca landmark. Working with David Abramson of CTS Architects and Carlos Huezo of Renotal Construction in conjunction with the owners Metro Loft Management. The façade restoration will include masonry cleaning and pointing on four exterior elevations and four interior courtyard elevations, along with bluestone and brownstone repair and patching. In addition, fabrication and installation of 580 custom steel replica shutters and a custom cast iron cornice are included in the scope of work.

Michael Trotter is the project manager of this extensive project.

Completion is anticipated for late 2013.

Completed Projects: 76 Laight Street

Recently PRESERV has completed Phase I at 76 Laight Street. Working with Lisa Easton of Easton Architects, LLP this phase included complete cleaning and repointing of two street façades of this Tribeca former warehouse. Chris Donaldson is the project manager on this multi-phase project. Phase II will include restoration of the sidewalk, vault light loading dock, and installation of a new canopy. Phase III will include replacement of the roof and deck structure.

Completion is anticipated of the Spring of 2014.




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