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MTA New York City Transit: Manifestations of Architectural PreservationAIA CES: 1.5 LUs | 1.5 HSW
When: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM FRIDAY, JUNE 8
Where: At The Center
Judith Kunoff, AIA - Chief Architect, MTA New York City Transit
Sara McIvor - Historic Preservationist, MTA New York City Transit
Mary Jablonski – Principal, Jablonski Building Conservation Inc.
Natale Barranco, RA, LEED – Principal, Urbahn Architects
Lee Harris Pomeroy FAIA, RIBA – Principal, Lee Harris Pomeroy Architects
Jeffrey Dugan, AIA – Principal, Dattner Architects
James McConnell AIA, LEED AP BD+C - Sr. VP HDR Inc.
Known for its long history MTA New York City Transit, together with the architectural and preservation community, steward the treasures which make our subway system so unique.
MTA New York City Transit Chief Architect Judith Kunoff will share the results of several recently completed historic preservation projects including the 59th Street Columbus Circle Station (Manhattan), Bleecker Street Station (Manhattan), 180th Street Station (Bronx), Dyckman Street Station (Manhattan), 4th Avenue Station (Brooklyn), West 53rd St Sub-station (Manhattan), Avenue H (Brooklyn) and 2 Stations on the West End Line (Brooklyn). These projects involved the participation of the New York City Transit architectural design and preservation staff assisted by architectural and conservation consultants from design through construction.
Ms. Kunoff will be joined by Sara McIvor Historic Preservationist, MTA New York City Transit, Mary Jablonski – Principal, Jablonski Building Conservation Inc. Natale Barranco, RA, LEED, Principal, Urbahn Architects, Lee Harris Pomeroy FAIA, RIBA – Principal, Lee Harris Pomeroy Architects and Jeffrey Dugan, AIA, Principal, Dattner Architects. They will share their experiences and discuss the related challenges in ensuring these historical resources remain vibrant for generations to come in an ever developing and accommodating subway system.
Free for Members
$10 for Non-Members
Organized by the AIANY Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and co-sponsored by the AIANY Historic Building Committee