New York, NY
The church is steel-framed with brick backup and limestone cladding and is modeled after the 13th century Gothic Cathedral in Chartres, France. The central church tower rises to 392 feet.
Scope of work
- A hands-on public safety inspection was performed on six out of eight cardinal elevations of the tower and three other locations on the building complex.
- Exterior conditions of the limestone masonry roofs and drainage conditions were noted by close visual inspection and hammer sounding.
- Project deliverables included annotated elevations and associated still photographs.
- Burnham Hoyt (completed in 1931)
- Riverside Church