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Shepard Hall: Buildings = Energy Exhibition at The Center for Architecture, New York City

Tuesday, October 4th, 2011

Elemental is proud to announce that it’s award-winning historic reconstruction of Shepard Hall at The City College of New York is included in the current exhibition on view at the Center for Architecture in New York City as part of the month-long celebration Archtober.  The exhibition explores how critical choices and consumption patterns of professionals and building occupants can make positive energy changes in our cities.  Shepard Hall was selected as an exemplar of sustainability in historic reconstruction.  his is particularly

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evident in considering the use of Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC) as the primary reconstruction material, in lieu of other materials.

The project’s 72,000 units of replicated terra cotta – the largest terra cotta replacement project in the world – yields an embodied energy savings by using GFRC of approximately 29,880,000,000 Btu or the equivalent of about 207,000 gallons or about 4,900 barrels of #6 oil when compared with cast stone and approximately 57,600,000,000 Btu – the equivalent of about 400,000 gallons or about 9,500 barrels of #6 oil – when compared with terra cotta.

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The Restoration of Shepard Hall – an Interview with Carl Stein

Wednesday, July 13th, 2011

Elemental Architecture’s

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award winning process for restoring City College’s viagra online stores Shepard Hall,

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discussed in an in-depth interview with Carl Stein on PROSOCO’s buy cialis blog, “Green Journey” Shepard Hall Restoration

CUNY Video: Preserving the Past, Building for the Future at City College

Friday, April 20th, 2007

Architect George Post’s neo-gothic confection at City College “would be almost impossible to

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conceive of today,” says 25mg viagra architect Carl Stein, who recently completed a two-decade restoration that uses modern technology

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and materials while remaining faithful to Post’s artistic vision. The University celebrated the centennial of Post’s collection of buildings in 2007.