Since its founding in 1887, the Pratt campus has grown to include a variety of buildings, built from the late 1800's to the late 1900's, beginning with the Romanesque Revival style Main Building by Lamb & Rich. SUPERSTRUCTURES invesigated the exterior envelope of 11 campus buildings and prepared a report identifying significant deterioration observed and providing recommendations for repair, along with associated time frames and cost estimates. The most severe deterioration was observed at parapet levels. Deterioration was also found at lintels and spandrels, related to corrosion of the underlying steel, and throughout the building facades in the form of cracks, open joints, and spalling stone.
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