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I have 20 years of experience in architectural design and project management on complex restoration projects, including Gracie Mansion, the award-winning restoration of the Washington Square Arch, and the Hendrick I. Lott House for the New York City Department of Parks. Most recently, working with a large team of consultants, I helped devise a complex restoration scheme for the National Historic Landmark Thomas Moran House in East Hampton, NY.
In addition, I have worked with the New York City School Construction Authority on at least 15 projects ranging from interior to exterior work, involving auditorium upgrades, science laboratories, school reconstruction, and removal and replacement of exterior facades. I was the technical field representative on a $30-million- dollar school for a New York City SCA consulting architect.
RKTB Architects, P.C., New York, NY, US, Technical Field Representative
Technical field representative included producing field sketches, field coordination of consultants work, preparation of bulletins and cost estimates. I dealt directly with the School Construction Authority on a daily basis, ran meetings and produced minutes for progress meetings, installation meetings, reviewed submittals and conducted site inspections.
Stephen Tilly Architect, PC, Dobbs Ferry, NY, US, Senior Restoration/Preservation Consultant
I was hired for all aspects of restoration of the Thomas Moran House. My position included documenting existing conditions, design, contract documents, coordinating with consultants and meeting with the Thomas Moran House Trust Board. The project was a complete $5-million restoration of a National Historic Landmark.
Gran Kriegel Associates Architects and Planners, New York, NY, US, Project Manager/Designer; Technical Field Representative
Koutsomitis Architects PC, New York, NY, US, Project Manager/Designer.
The Sage Group, New York, NY, US, Project Manager/Designer
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, US, BArch, Architecture
Preservation of the Hendrick I. Lott House won a Lucy G. Moses Awards are the New York Landmark Conservancy’s highest honors for outstanding preservation efforts.
Preservation of the Washington Square Arch won a Lucy G. Moses Awards are the New York Landmark Conservancy’s highest honors for outstanding preservation efforts.