We think that these represent our most interesting projects from the last decade, and a complete view of the scope of our capabilities for large and small projects.
Private Residence. 9th Street & 6th Avenue, Park Slope Brooklyn. Comprehensive restoration of front facade, complete reconstruction and restoration of wood cornice. The work included 100% refacing of entire brownstone facade and stoop, new copper cornice roof, gutters, and leaders, and installation of new mahogany bay window with domed patenated copper roof and copper clad mullions. The Cast Iron Railings were 100% rebuilt and restored. Many missing and broken parts were replaced with new fabricated parts. Work completed 2012.
Private Residence Exterior Restoration, 244 Dean Street Brooklyn - Comprehensive exterior envelope restoration of an 1850’s row house: including major repairs to structural framing, new stucco side façades; paint removal, epoxy consolidation, reproduction of architectural woodwork, fireproofing, roofing, copper crickets and gutters, custom cabinetry.- completed 2007. Architect: John R. Nakrosis Jr.Building Design.
Community Synagogue, 325 East 6th Street NYC - Civil War Era Lutheran Church (now a synagogue) Structural Reconstruction of the roof structure- Structural Steel Truss Installations to stop collapse of the building - completed 2006. Architect: Li/Saltzman, Roz Li. Structural Engineer: Anthony Giuduci, P.E.
Private Residence Interior Restoration, Maplewood New Jersey - circa 1742 farmhouse, Structural walls and joists reconstruction, general renovations, stone wall rebuild, historic style wide plank flooring installations, textured plaster walls, custom kitchen, restoration of original beamwork - completed in 2006. Architect : Gilman Architects. Engineer: Richard Herschlag, P.E.
Emmanuel Baptist Church, Restoration of Narthex, Nave, and Altar, Brooklyn, N.Y. - Complete restoration of Nave and Narthex and Towers of an 1890 Landmark Church. This project won the Lucy Moses Award from the New York City Landmarks Conservancy for 2003. The project also won the Best Restoration Award from the National Victorian Preservation Society. Weinman Restoration was Construction Manager. Our own forces performed the stone restoration, mosaic restoration, woodworking, and structural steel work. Architects: Li/Saltzman
The City of New York Department of Administrative Services, Brooklyn, 345 Adams Street Brooklyn, N.Y. Installation of a 25,000 square foot Landmark approved design copper roof. Completed in 2001. This is the largest copper roof installation done in New York City since WWII. Weinman Restoration was the copper roofing contractor. Architect: James Gainfort
James Duke Mansion (New York University Institute of Fine Arts), Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. - Comprehensive exterior masonry restoration, stone carving, roofing, copper gutters and roofs. Completed in 1998. General Contractor: Urban D.C., Jeff Weinman, Independent Project Manager, Architect: Wank Adam Slavin Associates
Private Residence. 10th Street & 5th Avenue, Manhattan. Comprehensive restoration of federal style facades, front and rear, including all brickwork, epoxy consolidation of rotted wood elements, restoration of cornices, brick pointing, cleaning of masonry, and refacing of all brownstone elements. Project completed in 2010.
Private Residence. Bank Street & Washington Street, Greenwich Village. Restoration of the old Merchant Seaman's Hospital facade. Stabilization of brick substrate and installation of lime base stucco finish to match original. Custom sheetmetal decorative lintels and custom rheinzinc penthouse roof. Sweeney & Conrad, construction manager.
Historic Storefront and Sidewalk Vault Reconstruction, 55 Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn, NY. Structural steel/ vault rebuild, Landmark sidewalk installation, dining room renovation, limestone column reconstruction, and historic storefront project - Completed 2007. Architect: John R. Nakrosis Jr.Building Design. Owner: Catholic Charities-Progress of Peoples Development Corp.
Bishop Francis Mugavero Housing: Lobby and Office Reconstruction, 29 Greene Street, Brooklyn, NY. - Gut renovation, structural steel and concrete work, custom architectural aluminum and glass, custom railings, stone, ceramic, and stained concrete floors completed 2007. Architect: Vivian Wang Architect. Owner: Catholic Charities, Progress of Peoples Development Corp.