APT Kansas City 2015 - November 1-5 - The Brass on Baltimore

Paper Sessions

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Tuesday, November 3, 9:45–11:15am
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Papers are listed in the order they will be presented

Modern Heritage Conservation: Future of the Movement

CS01—Evolution and Conservation of Modern Curtain Walls

 Convergence of Public Art and Architecture

CS02—Art as Component of Architecture Part 1

 Sustainable Preservation: Preservation Technology and Climate Change

CS03—New Tools for Sustainable Preservation

Preservation Engineering:
Broadening our Approach

CS04—Archaic Systems - Modern Needs
Prewar Curtain Walls: The Overlooked Predecessor of High-Rise Modernism in the U.S

History and Material Investigation of Rustic Ferrocement Sculptures

OSCAR: The Online Sustainable Conservation Assistance Resource

Suitability of Techniques of RFP Retrofit for Historic URM Buildings

The Strutt House Revealed

Liberty Memorial: A Preservation Project That Almost Didn't Happen

The Implications of Developments in the National Energy Codes for Historic Preservation

Structural Evolution of St. Elizabeths: Progression of Structural Systems Between 1850 and 1950

Connecting the Dots of Modern Heritage Conservation: A Case Study of the Building Envelope Repair and Upgrade for a Canadian government laboratory Collaborating to Preserve a Public Treasure: The Rehabilitation of Coit Tower and Its WPA-Era Murals A Fight Against Nature: Preserving the Temples at Omrit

New Structure: Historic Building

 

Restoring Tiffany's Artistic Vision in Boston's Back Bay

Open Data Kit: Mobile Data Collection for Cultural Heritage

Presidio Officers' Club: Rehabilitation of San Francisco's Oldest Building

Tuesday, November 3, 1:15–2:45pm
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Modern Heritage Conservation: Future of the Movement

CS05—Engineering Interventions of 20th Century Heritage

 Convergence of Public Art and Architecture

CS06—Art as Component of Architecture Part 2

 Sustainable Preservation: Preservation Technology and Climate Change

CS07—Adapting for Climate Change

Preservation Engineering:
Broadening our Approach

CS08—Fired Clay Systems
Pigeon Hole Parking in Montreal : Is There a Conservation Approach for Those Modern Mechanical Construction

Color Me Interested: Identification of Pigments in Trade Catalogues

Estrategia Para La Reducción Del Riesgo Por Desastres Naturales o Producidos Por El Hombre En El Sitio Patrimonial Valle De Viñales, Pinar Del Río, Cuba

Documentation and Testing of 19th Century Limewash Recipes in the United States

São Francisco De Assis Church, Brazil: A Case Study of Modern Architecture Preservation Grant Wood As Decorator / Saving the Sleeping Porch at the Brucemore Estate Redirecting Capital Funds to Achieve Inherent Systemic Performance in the Preservation and Stewardship of Human Habitats Lime-Pozzolan Formulations for Architectural Conservation
Center Coring at the Washington National Cathedral - a Convergence of Fact and Fiction Replicating Classical Decorative Elements in Exposed-Aggregate Concrete 3D Documentation for the Management of Heritage Sites Prone to Water Damage: Laser Scanning and Mesh Modeling the Built Heritage and Contexts of Wat Chaiwatthanaram Modification of Akoustolith Properties at Washington National Cathedral
  New Marble Capitals for Thomas Jefferson's Rotunda

 

Exploring the Adaptability of Terra Cotta Flat Arch Systems – an Engineering Approach

Tuesday, November 3, 3:15–4:45pm
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Modern Heritage Conservation: Future of the Movement

CS09—Investigation and Documentation of Modern Heritage

 Convergence of Public Art and Architecture

 

CS10—Art as Component of Architecture Part 3

 Sustainable Preservation: Preservation Technology and Climate Change

CS11—Sustainable Conservation Guidelines

Preservation Engineering:
Broadening our Approach

CS12—Iron and Steel
Oolitic Limestone Use and Restoration in the Manti Temple Embracing Ambiguity – the Rebirth of Upper Fort Garry Provincial Park

Building Resilience: New Practical Guidelines & Technologies for Sustainable Rehabilitation

Geophysics in Historic Preservation: A Convergence of Subfields
Philip Johnson's ‘Brick' House – a Considered Approach to a Restoration Project Using Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) Technologies and Targeted Exposures The “Pueblos Mágicos” Program and Its Role in Preserving Traditional Public Architecture and Urban Space in Mexico ASHRAE's New Guide "Energy Guideline for Historical Buildings and Structures" Increasing the Load Bearing Capacity of a Historic Steel Truss Bridge without Compromising the Historic Fabric
Energy Retrofit of Historic Masonry Structures
The Convergence of Performance, Meaning, ART and Form - behind the Curtains of the Park Avenue Armory Restoration Prioritization of Energy Retrofits for Historic Homes The Colorado State Capitol: An Exterior Restoration of One of Denver's Last Cast Iron Façades

3D GIS and the Modeling of the Past and Future of Historic Districts and Cultural Landscapes

An Investigation of the Painted Finishes of Mission San Jose De Tumacacori's Façade: At the Interface of Materials Analysis, Conservation, and Cultural Confluence
  Monumental Non-Welded Cast Iron Repairs - New Technology for Structural and Architectural Restoration

Wednesday, November 4, 9:00–10:30am
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Modern Heritage Conservation: Future of the Movement

CS13—Approaches to Conserving Concrete in Modern Heritage

Convergence of Public Art and Architecture

 

CS14—Art as Companion of Architecture

 Sustainable Preservation: Preservation Technology and Climate Change

CS15—Climate, Materials, and Systems

Preservation Engineering:
Broadening our Approach

CS16—Computers Aiding Preservation
Modern in the Mountains: An Analysis of the Fair-Faced Concrete at Jackson Lake Lodge, Grand Teton National Park, WY Convergence on Ernest Hemingway's Artistic Legacy in Havana

On the Relationship Between Building Age and Energy Consumption

Emerging Technology for Preservationists: Drones

Measuring Modern Concrete: Assessing the Impact of Original Material Specifications on Concrete Durability in Modern Structures Industrial Arts The Smithsonian American Art Museum - Preservation, Restoration and Modernization of the Renwick Gallery New Light on Baltimore's Cathedral of Books: Preservation Engineering Technologies Allow New Insulated Glass Skylight over Phoenix Iron Roof Trusses
Reinventing Rudolph: A Case Study in Modern-Heritage Adaptation Alternatives Restoration of the Former Plaza Hotel: The Public Nature of the Project Leads to a Unique Netting Solution The Impacts of Climate Change on the Durability of Historic Concrete and Steel Frame Structures Plaster Damage and the Hygrothermal Behavior of the Altar Dome, San Jose De Tumacacori

Morse and Stiles Colleges: Restoration of Eero Saarinen's Modern Historic Concrete

  In Situ Thermal Resistance Monitoring of Traditional and Modern Infill Panels of a 15th Century Cruck-Framed Dwelling, in Herefordshire UK Mount Vernon HBIM (Historic Building Information Model)

Wednesday, November 4, 11:00–12:30pm
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Modern Heritage Conservation: Future of the Movement

CS17—Modern Materiality and Conservation

 Convergence of Public Art and Architecture

 

CS18—First Annual College of Fellows Roundtable

 Sustainable Preservation: Preservation Technology and Climate Change

CS19—Durability & Resilience: New Directions in Material Preservation

Preservation Engineering:
Broadening our Approach

CS20—Water Power Wood
Facade & Art Documentation Site Surveys for Historic Cultural Architecture & Art  

Performance Assessment and Evaluation of Hydrophobic and Ultraviolet Protective Treatments for Historic Log Structures

A Bitter Truth: The Efficacy of Astringent Persimmon as a Bio-Alternative to Standard Wood Preservation Treatments

Living the High Life with the “Corporate Goddesses”: Modern Fiberglass Sculpture High Work College of Fellows Roundtable: Managing Loss in a Framework of Rapid Natural and Man-made Change Infrared Thermography As a Preservation Tool: Interior Plaster Assessment at the Aiken-Rhett House Museum Water Control Issues in the Foundation of Historic Structures
Cuba's Grand Opening - Importing Materials for Hemingway's Finca Vigia

Current Events: Loss of Structures Due to Political Unrest


Understanding Vulnerability and Risk; What Can Be Done (Preparedness vs. Recovery)

Webs of Stone and Glass: Innovation in Tracery Repair Maximizes Stone Durability and Minimizes Glass Breakage

University of Minnesota's Combined Heat and Power Plant

 

  Preserving the Archaeological Resources of Bandelier National Monument: Case Hardening and the Weather Resistance of the Rhyolitic Tuff From BETA to WER and Side Trips in Between—A Non-Comprehensive Personal History of Epoxy Applications in Wood

 

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