Buffalo, New York
One of the largest municipal buildings in the United States, Buffalo City Hall is a massive 29-story steel-framed Art Deco building clad in sandstone and limestone with a granite water table and extensive terra cotta ornament. It was designed by George Dietel and John Wade with Sullivan Jones and completed in 1932.
Scope of work
- In response to public safety concerns, VA completed a hands-on inspection to identify locations of loose stone and terra cotta.
- Deliverables included a volume of over 500 photographs, a set of 41 annotated AutoCAD elevation drawings and copies of videotape made during the course of the investigation.
- City of Buffalo, New York
In collaboration with
- DiDonato Associates Engineering and Architecture, P.C.
- Richard Pieper