New York, NY
Saint Thomas Church was designed by Cram and Goodhue and completed in 1913. The Gothic Revival style structure is clad in limestone and features an elaborate reredos designed by sculptor Lee Lawrie.
Scope of work
- Conducted a close visual inspection of the limestone façade, employing live video feed for interaction with architectural conservators and structural engineers
- Conducted a close visual inspection of carved stone reredos, stone groins and associated Guastavino tile vaulted ceilings
- Prepared a condition report including text, annotated elevations, video tapes, still photos
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