Paper Sessions



Sunday, October 13, 8:45–9:45
CS01—Unique Historic Masonry Technologies
Structural Analysis Of 12th Century Gypsum Bearing Walls

Challenges of John Earley Style, Ornamental Precast Concrete At the Baha'I House of Worship in Suburban Chicago

CS02—Balancing Development at the Brooklyn Navy Yard
Panel Discussion
CS03—The World Beneath Our Feet: Typology and Preservation of the Pedestrian Infrastructure
A Modest Typology of Stone Slab Sidewalk Paving in Lower Manhattan

Conservation and Preservation of Monumental Stairways
CS04—The Sustainable Choice: Historic Preservation And Development?
Historic + Sustainable: Best Practices for How Preservationists Can Embrace Sustainability in Historic Structures

From Preservation and Development Plan to Construction: Boston University's School of Law Tower Rehabilitation and Addition



Sunday, October 13, 10:15–11:45
CS05—Hanging On: Masonry Façade Preservation
Stress Relief in Terra Cotta Facades: Predicting the Unpredictable

Stone Cladding Restoration of the National Gallery of Art’s East Building: Investigation and Preliminary Design Phase

Preserving the Cavity (Wall)

The Guaranty Building: The Restoration of a Terra Cotta Landmark
CS06—Design Challenges for Disaster Preparedness and Recovery
Post-Disaster Restoration in an Evolving City: Lessons Learned From the World Trade Center

A New Egress Strategy for the Statue of Liberty

Seismic Retrofit of a Historic High Rise in Downtown San Francisco: From Design to Construction
CS07—Curtain Wall Preservation: Technical Considerations
Assessing and Rehabilitating Historic 20th Century Curtain Walls and Window Walls

The Hallidie Building: Rehabilitation and Repair of One of America's First Curtain Walls

Determining the Fate of the Houston Skyline: Studying Change in Mid-Century Modern High-Rises

Should the Single-Glazed Aluminum Curtain-Wall be Saved?
CS08—Historic Windows and Energy Efficiency
Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCBs): A New Hazard for Historic Buildings

Historic Windows in the Era of Super-Efficient Buildings: Where Do We Stand?

Restoration of Historic Windows: Balancing Sustainability and Preservation Goals

Preserving Our Stained Glass Heritage while Meeting New Energy Code Requirements



Sunday, October 13, 1:45–3:15

CS09—Conserving Public Art in An Urban Environment
The Writing’s On the Wall: Changing Attitudes Towards Graffiti and Conservation

Handling Urban Impact On Public Art

Dismantling a Modern Sculpture: Bimetallic Corrosion of Aluminium Channel at the Location of Stainless Steel Fixings

Vandalism and its Role in the Fabric of Cities

CS10—Anticipating Extreme Events: Design Strategies For Historic Buildings
The Critical Role of Windows for Building Integrity

Protection of Historic Buildings for Blast Loads

A Preliminary Vulnerability Assessment of Coastal Architectural and Archeological Resources to Potential Sea Level Rise within the Strawbery Banke Historic District

Protecting Historic Districts From Sea Level Rise
CS11—Urban Preservation Challenges in Latin America
Panel Discussion
CS12—Insulation and Ventilation for Historic Buidings
Climate Change: An Increasing Challenge in Stone Material Conservation

Evaluating Prospective Energy
Improvements to Historic Multi-Wythe Masonry Walls

Case Study: Lightweight Insulating Concrete at a Roof in Tribeca North Historic District Condominium Conversion

Field Monitoring and Analysis of a Vented Drying Airspace Incorporated in a Historic Solid Masonry Building



Tuesday, October 15, 8:30–10:00
CS13—Historic Metals: What Can We Preserve?
Exploring the Utility of BIM in the Archaeology of Standing Structures

Copper-Plated Cast Iron Oriel Window: An Odyssey, Montréal, Canada

Restoration of Ornamental Sheet Metal: Thomas Jefferson's Rotunda at the University of Virginia

Repairing Historic Cast Iron: The State of the Art

CS14—Preservation Engineering For The Metropolis
Two Great Urban Performing Arts Venues: 21st Century Reinforcement of 19th Century Wide-Span Trusses

Engineering for Historic Masonry in the Context of Modern Design Codes

Foundation Stabilization: Invisible and Unobtrusive

Impact of Mineralogy, Texture and Fabric of the Maritime Canadian Sandstone On Deterioration of Ornamental Bridges in Central Park, NYC

CS15—Preserving Schools for the Modern World: 1945-1975
Panel Discussion
CS16—Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: American and European Perspectives
The Heritage Value of Welfare State Architecture in the United Kingdom and Its Suitability to Modern Needs

Best Practices for Energy Efficiency in Heritage Buildings of Europe

A Data-Driven Approach to Sustainability at Historic Sites

Bath Abbey Footprint Project: Updating the Oldest Building in a World Heritage City



Tuesday, October 15, 10:30–12:00
CS17—An Overview of Current Wood Preservation Techniques
Best Practices for Determining Timber Capacity in Historic Structures

Investigation of Liberty Bell Replica, Denver, Colorado

An Overview of Current Wood Preservation Techniques

A Guide to the Use of Wood Preservatives in Historic Preservation
CS18—Urban Constraints On Preservation Design and Construction
Structural Repair of the Federal Hall National Memorial: Subsurface Issues in an Urban Environment

Proximity in Urban Construction

Restoring Alexander Hamilton's Home to a Pastoral Setting in Urban Manhattan: Philosophical Approaches and Technical Challenges

The Economic Impact of the Preservation and Adaptive Reuse of Railway in the United States: A Case of the High Line in New York City
CS19—Industrial Structures and Urban Infrastructure: Preservation for Use and Reuse
Wells Street Bridge Rehabilitation: A Moveable Monument Renewed

Historic Waterfronts As Playgrounds of the Future: Meeting Fire Protection and Life Safety Upgrade Challenges in Adaptive Reuse

Rails, Cobbles and Warehouses Find a Second Life

Rust-Oration: Preserving the Significance of Deindustrialization and Decay in Rust Belt Cities

CS20—Integrating and Monitoring Building Systems
Shaker Industry: Powered By Water

Evaluating the Sustainability of Historic Building Systems: A Case Study of Anatolian Seljuk and Ottoman Period Hospitals

Lighting the Way Toward Energy Savings at the National Academy of Sciences

Eames House Conservation Project: Environmental Monitoring and Climate Control Strategies



Tuesday, October 15, 12:15–1:45
CS21—Changing Taste: Preserving Decorative Finishes
Uncovering, Understanding, and Preserving Painted Ornament in Richard Upjohn's Grace Church

City Hall: City Beautiful

Fibrous Plaster Ceilings: Symbols of the Metropolis: Assessment and Conservation

Coloring in the Guidelines: Development of An Exterior Paint Color Palette for Savannah's Landmark Historic District

CS22—Survey Tools and Methodologies for Heritage Preservation
The Creation of a Heritage Inventory for Los Angeles based on the Arches Inventory and Management System

Shine A Light: Innovative Survey Methods and Tools for Preserving Urban Historic Districts

Preserving a Historic Pastime in the Midst of Change At Union Station

Restoration of Trinity Church Spire

CS23—Competing Values in the Metropolis
Embedded Values in Industrial Sites: Approaches to Preservation

From the Prairies to the Pacific: Achieving Balance Between Heritage Conservation and Economic Development

Curating the Urban Environment: The New York City Landmarks Law vs. World Heritage Listing

Olympic Theatrics On the Global Stage: Evaluating the Effects of Temporary and Permanent Event Structures On Historic Urban Landscapes

CS24—New Directions in Preservation Education
Teaching Sustainability in a Larger Context: Climate Change and Cultural Landscapes

Sustainable Preservation: Mapping An Emerging Discipline. A Master of Science in Preservation Engineering: One Curriculum

Preserving the Preservation Trades: New York City's Mather Building Arts and Craftsmanship High School







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