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(PRWEB) July 29, 2005 Seaboard Weatherproofing and Restoration has been retained to rehabilitate the decorative terra-cotta façade of the Woolworth Building in lower Manhattan. Construction recently commenced on the project. The 60-story landmark building, completed in 1913, is a neo-Gothic masterpiece designed by Cass Gilbert. The scope of the project includes restoring damaged limestone […]

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Port Chester, NY (PRWEB) June 10, 2006 – The restoration team for the landmark 90 West Street building in New York City has been named recipient of the Preservation League of New York States Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation for its reconstruction work at 90 West Street in New York City. Seaboard Weatherproofing and […]

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Port Chester, NY (PRWEB) August 17, 2006 The restoration team for the landmark 90 West Street building in New York City was recently named a recipient of the New York Landmarks Conservancys Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award, the top award in the building restoration industry. The “Lucy” award acknowledges extraordinary passion, ongoing professionalism, and outstanding […]

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Port Chester, NY (PRWEB) December 9, 2006 Seaboard Weatherproofing and Restoration, a leading restoration construction firm, recently was honored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation for its restoration work on the landmark 90 West Street building in New York City. Seaboard and members of the restoration team — Brack Capital Real Estate Group; Kibel […]

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Port Chester, NY (PRWEB) December 17, 2006 As specialists from Seaboard Weatherproofing and Restoration Company work beneath the rafters of Brooklyn’s New Utrecht Reformed Church, they recognize the importance of their role in helping bring the landmark church exterior structure back to its former glory. The church is one of three religious landmarks – the […]

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Port Chester, NY (PRWEB) March 21, 2009 New York, NY March 21, 2009– Like so many older buildings, The Jewish Museum was losing its battle with the weather and grime in New York City. Stones in its limestone fa

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