SELECTED AWARDS/PRESS

Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award

Our Lady of the Rosary Mission, Shrine of Elizabeth Ann Seaton Exterior Restoration, presented by the New York Landmarks Conservancy, 2011

Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award

Convent of the Sacred Heart Courtyard Restoration, presented by the New York Landmarks Conservancy, 2010

Restoration Award

Convent of the Sacred Heart Courtyard Restoration, presented by the Friends of the Upper East Side 2010.

Wall Street Journal

“Architectural Conservation Comes to College Campuses”, January 24, 2008

Preserving the Past, Building for the Future: Stanford White’s Masterpiece

The City University of New York documentary/videography, 2007

Award of Merit

Monmouth County Planning Board, Woodrow Wilson Hall Roof Restoration, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, New Jersey, 2006

The New York Times

“Regilding a Bronx Landmark: Getty Gives Community College a $228,000 Architectural Grant”, July 30, 2004

The 2003 Great American Home Award

For Interior Rehabilitation, presented by Old House Journal and the National Trust for Historic Preservation

5 East 93rd Street, New York, New York

Old House Journal and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, 2003

New York Spaces

“Buried Treasure” This 1892 house on E. 93rd is making a comeback after decades of neglect”, vol. 1, no. 1, 2004, 49-52

NOTABLE GRANTS

The Getty Foundation, Campus Heritage Grant, 2004

The Getty Grant Program funded the Conservation Master Plan for The Stanford White Complex,Bronx Community College in The City of New York, Bronx, New York ($228,000)

Garden State Historic Preservation Trust Fund Grant Program, 2004

The New Jersey Historic Trust funded the fourth and final phase of the Roof Restoration of Woodrow Wilson Hall, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, New Jersey ($750,000)

New York State Environmental Protection Fund Historic Preservation Grant, 2009

Funding provided for the Restoration of the Oculus and Copper Clad Dome, Gould Memorial Library, Bronx, New York ($600,000)

Save America’s Treasures, 2003

The National Parks Service Department of the Interior and the National Trust for Historic Preservation grant program provided funding for the restoration of the Rye Town Park Main Administration Building, Rye, New York ($150,000)

New York State Environmental Protection Fund Historic Preservation Grant, 2007

Funding provided for the Courtyard Restoration of the Otto Kahn Mansion, Convent of the Sacred Heart School, New York, New York ($350,000)

New York State Environmental Protection Fund Historic Preservation Grant, 2007

Funding provided for the Exterior Restoration of Our Lady of the Rosary Mission, New York, New York ($350,000)

New York State Environmental Protection Fund Historic Preservation Grant, 2007

Funding provided for the Roof Restoration of the Rye Town Park Main Administration Building, Rye, New York ($200,000)

RECOGNIZED LANDMARKS

The Stanford White Complex, National Historic Landmark Nomination

Bronx, New York, NHL nomination for the Stanford White Complex designed between 1892-96 includes the Gould Memorial Library, the Hall of Fame, Philosophy Hall and Language Hall, formerly the uptown New York University campus, now home to CUNY’s Bronx Community College. Listed October 2012.

11 Tallwoods Road, New York State and National Register Nomination

Armonk, New York State and National Register Nomination for 1950s modernist residence. Listed June 2010

Dupont-Guest Mansion, New York State and National Register Nomination

Old Westbury, New York State and National Register Nominations for the historic man sion and grounds located on the New York Institute of Technology campus at Old Westbury. Listed December 2009

Convent of the Sacred Heart, formerlythe Otto Kahn and James Burden Mansions, New York State and National Register Nomination

New York, New York, State and National Register Nominations for two historic mansions now combined for a private school. Listed June 2006

Rye Town Park, Rye, New York, State and National Register Nomination

For historic bathhouse complex including the 28.1 acre site, the 34.5 acre beach and 17 structures on the Long Island Sound. Listed June 2003

Rye Meeting House State and National Register Nomination

Rye, New York, State and National Register Nomination for historic, former Quaker Meeting House. Listed June 2004