2 edition of Stabilization and repair of a historic terra cotta cornice found in the catalog.
Stabilization and repair of a historic terra cotta cornice
Jeffrey S Levine
1991 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Cultural Resources, Preservation Assistance Division in [Washington, D.C. (P.O. Box 37127, Washington 20013-7127)] .
Written in English
|Statement||Jeffrey S. Levine, Donna Ann Harris|
|Series||Preservation tech notes -- PTN-34. -- Masonry -- no. 2, Preservation tech notes -- PTN-34, Preservation tech notes -- no. 2|
|Contributions||United States. National Park Service. Preservation Assistance Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. :|
Section through the terra cotta column, entablature and cornice showing the traditional attachment method for historic terra cotta. During terra cotta restoration or replacement, the terra cotta is typically removed, new steel attachments are added and any broken or damaged pieces are replaced. Cornice Renovation for Baltimore Rowhomes. Most downtown rowhomes have beautiful decorative cornices at the top of the front façade. More often than not, they have fallen into disrepair, as they are very old, made from wood and have been neglected, due to their height. Specifications for Architectural Terra Cotta Manufacturer reserves the right to change, drop, or alter product lines and specifications. C. Installer’s Qualifications: 1. All Terra Cotta work shall be installed by a firm normally in business of. installing work of the type indicated and shall be capable of submitting proofFile Size: 44KB.
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Stabilization and Repair of a Historic Terra Cotta Cornice Jeffrey S. Levine John Milner Associates Donna Ann Harris Philadelphia Historic Preservation Corporation Terra cotta roof cornices should be repaired rather than replaced wherever possible.
Project Evaluation The repair and stabilization of the terra cotta cornice of the Land Title Building was a large and lengthy project for the owners. The scope of the project could have been reduced, perhaps signifi- cantly, if timely maintenance activities, such as the replacement of the cornice's roof membrane, had been undertaken sooner by.
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Includes #1 Mechanical Systems Replicating Historic Elevator Enclosures, Historic Interior Spaces (#2). The original terra cotta cornice on our Park Slope cooperative has steadily deteriorated. (It's more than years old.) Over the past few years we've patched the particularly bad spots, but we're now at a point where we'll probably have to replace some sections of the cornice, and possibly the entire thing.
Cite this Record. Stabilization and Repair of a Historic Terra Cotta Cornice. Jeffrey S. Levine, Donna A. Harris. Preservation Tech Notes: Masonry, by: 3. Conservation Solutions, Inc., performed this type of investigation and recommended repair methods for the stabilization of a terra-cotta cornice on “El Capitolio”, Puerto Rico’s capitol building.
Opened inthe building incorporates Classical motifs in terra cotta into the primarily marble structure. replacement of glazed architectural terra-cotta is limited.
as are sources of new glazed architectural terra-cotta. This re port, then, will discuss some of the major deterioration prob lems that commonly occur in historic glazed architectural terra-cotta, methods of determining the extent of that dete.
The process for historic terra cotta replacement. Through decades of experience in working on restoration projects, the Stromberg team has developed a very efficient and streamlined process for completing terra cotta on time and on budget.
Terra cotta Survey. Upon request, a survey is performed of the existing terra cotta. Surveys may include. Once considered unreliable and temporary in nature, repair systems for terra cotta have become a mainstream component in Historic Restoration work. This evolution can be attributed to the development of effective, high quality specialty materials designed.
Our terra cotta products and terra cotta expertise already graces some of the nation’s most prestigious historical buildings and historic restoration projects. To get started or get more information on how we can help on your specific terra cotta replacement project, call us at or send an email to: [email protected] Stabilization and Repair of a Historic Terra Cotta Cornice: File: Terra Cotta - Restoration: Vance Bibliography: Author: Levine, Jeffrey S.
and Donna Ann Harris: Source: Photographs and drawings showing the construction and repair of the cornice. An excellent solution for terra cotta cornice replacement is to use TerraGlas terra cotta, a molded architectural terra cotta composite that contains fiberglass reinforcement.
With the appearance and feel of traditional terra cotta, TerraGlas can be molded into any shape and can replicate historical terra cotta cornices down to the minutest detail.
Figure 5 – Historical terra cotta properties. implemented infollowed by a longer-term res toration program, which was initiated in Cornice Option Analysis.
As noted above, the original terra cotta cornice and subsequent cop per cornice were removed from the building. A key part. Stabilization and repair of a historic terra cotta cornice / Jeffrey S.
Levine, Donna Ann Harris. Show more Show less. alignment in setting allow alternate anchor anchor rods angles arch architectural terra cotta back balcony balvstrade base beaded blocks bottom bracket building capital center line channel character color columns colvmns concrete construction continvovs coping copper cornice diagram diameter dome dormer dovble drvms elevation front engaged.
This is an excellent reprint of a trade handbook from the peak of terra cotta production in th 's. The bulk of the book is devoted to detailed architectural drawings of Classical and Gothic applications of terra cotta. It is followed by a set of architectural specifications provided by the industry for use in architectural contract documents.5/5(2).
***** Founded inBoston Valley Terra Cotta specializes in manufacturing architectural terra cotta for restoration and new construction. Terra cotta is a molded or extruded clay shape that is fired.
Terra cotta can be unglazed or glazed in a wide variety of colors. Terra cotta exterior veneer and decoration was widely used a century Size: 60KB.
Manufacturer of architectural terra cotta: hand-pressed & high-fired historic terra-cotta pavers, uses finest earthen clay combinations; wall caps; stair treads. Tags Terra Cotta Ornament Cornice & Cornice Moldings Tile Roofing Planters & Urns Non-Wood Flooring Ecclesiastical Art & Specialties Fireplace Tile.
Terra Cotta Replacement and Repair. Terra cotta is a building material that is cast from clay and then glazed. Terra cotta components add great color and detail to a building, but are also highly susceptible to cracking and damage from impacts or freeze and thaw cycles.
Preservation Brief The Maintenance, Repair, and Replacement of Historic Cast Stone; Preservation Tech Note: Substitute Materials: Replacing Deteriorated Serpentine Stone with Pre-Cast Concrete; Preservation Tech Note: Stabilization and Repair of a Historic Terra-Cotta Cornice; Preservation Tech Note: Water Soak Cleaning of Limestone.
It is, therefore, of paramount importance that the repair and replacement of deteriorated glazed architectural terracotta not be undertaken unless the causes of that deterioration have been determined and repaired. As mentioned before, one of the primary agents of deterioration in glazed architectural terra-cotta is water.
repair systems for terra cotta have become a mainstream component in Historic Restoration work. This evolution can be attributed to the development of effective, high quality specialty materials designed specifically for long-term compatibility with terra cotta substrates.
File Size: KB. The elaborate terra-cotta cornice was removed in the midth century [and restored in ]." ("Brooklyn Academy of Music Historic District", New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission, SeptemDesignation ListLP, p.
After 10 decades of exposure to the elements, the [main building] required extensive masonry and Author: Michael Padwee. Description: The APT Bulletin, published three times per year by the Association for Preservation Technology International (APT), provides state-of-the-art technical information in the field of historic es published in the Bulletin showcase cutting-edge preservation techniques, as well as innovative applications of established restoration technologies.
Oxide jacking damaged the terra cotta cornice on the Land Title Building in Philadelphia, designed in and expanded in by pioneer skyscraper architect Daniel Burnham. The Land Title complex, with its two interconnected towers, is on the National Register of Historic Places.
She has worked on the New York State Capitol clay tile and terra cotta roof reconstruction, an on-going project for the last 12 years. She has also been involved with the evaluation, repair and or restoration of terra cotta on the Milwaukee. historic terra cotta.
When properly installed and main-tained, terra cotta is a durable, long-lasting material. Most significant. Arthur L. Sanders, AIA and Kara L. Shypula, Assoc.
AIA. Often finished in imitation of stone, terra cotta can be difficult to recognize and may. Terra Cotta Restoration Like any masonry building material, terra cotta installations are subject to water infiltration and freeze thaw damage, so terra cotta restoration must address expected unit spalling and cracking repairs and masonry joint damage.
Page 9 Inside Detail on Terra-Cotta Repairs and Stabilization Page 10–15 Plates Fixing Terra-Cotta to different substrates Page Plates 7 & 8 Fixing New Terra Cotta to existing back up wall Page 18–84 Cintec Repair Details based upon the National Terra-Cotta Society Book.
terra -cotta, sk yscrapers, re storation, distress, repair INTRODUCTION Distress in terra-cotta facades often manifests as cracking or displacement of terra-cotta units.
More than other modern curtain wall systems, terra-cotta is a hybrid system and distress may result from a number of by: 2. Patching and Reglazing Terra Cotta – Repair systems for terra cotta have become a mainstream component in Historic Restoration work.
This evolution is able to be attributed to the development of high quality, effective, specialty materials designed specifically for. Terra Cotta Restoration Terra cotta has been appreciated as a design element for centuries because of its beauty and its durability as a construction material.
Schnell Contractors, Inc. has been successful in the historical restoration of buildings featuring architectural terra cotta for over 35 years. Repair Terra Cotta Cornices We need to repair cornices similar to ones that fell. Apparently what got between the terra cotta cornice and the brick masonry and froze push out the cornice.
When the metal strap rusted through it broke, allowing the cornice to fall to the ground. architectural terra-cotta is limited, as are sources of new glazed architectural terra-cotta. This report, then, will discuss some of the major deterioration problems that commonly occur in historic glazed architectural terra-cotta, methods of determining the extent of that deterioration and recommendations for the maintenance, repair and.
Terra-cotta Repair. Glazed architectural terra-cotta was significant in the development of important architectural idioms in this country--specifically, the "Chicago School," the High Rise and the Historic or Beaux Arts styles.
Terra cotta units crafted at BVTC to replace pieces that had been in service, often for years, can be seen on buildings in cities from New York to New Orleans, Chicago, San Antonio, and San.
claims,terracottaisaverylong-lastingmaterial,provideditiswell-fired. Compared to stone, which it often mimicked, terra cotta was relatively inexpensive:foreachdesign. Heather & Little provides clients with sheet metal cornice restoration services for both historic and new buildings.
Metal roof cornices are a type of decorative molding that is designed to extend past the edge of a roof or cornice band at various levels on a building. Example of cracking parallel to the face of the terra cotta unit, revealed by partial removal of the cracked unit below during trial repairs.
This finding led to the decision to further assess similar cracked units to determine whether cracking parallel to the face had also occurred—the condition was found at several locations.
All photos courtesy Hoffmann Architects. By Arthur L. Sanders, AIA, and Kara L. Shypula, Assoc. AIA One of the most prevalent materials found on historic buildings, glazed architectural terra cotta was popularized in the late 19 th century as a versatile, lightweight, economical, and adaptable alternative to stone.
Through the s, the sculptural properties of terra cotta gave rise to.Terra Cotta Ornament Replication Composites are proven, safe and accepted by historical experts; Why Stromberg? For the past 25 years, on diverse restoration projects for the Federal Government, states, counties, museums, corporations and private individuals, we have proven that our materials can blend perfectly with the historic materials.