New York, NY
SUPERSTRUCTURES provided investigation, design, and construction administration services to restore the Patrick Henry School (Charles B.J. Snyder, 1899). Water infiltration remediation included: masonry waterproofing, patching, and crack repairs at foundation walls; rebuilding areaway walls; replacing bluestone sills; and repairs to the first floor ceiling slab. Window and door work included: replacement of courtyard and glass block windows with double-hung units; replacement of all double-hung windows with aluminum units; repair of all existing lintels; and replacement of existing doors. Exterior masonry work included: repair of all limestone cracks and spalls; replacement of deteriorated limestone and terra cotta in kind; repointing of masonry joints; and replacement of all parapet copings with new flashing. An accessibility ramp was added at the east elevation.