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Building Industry Network > BIN Workshops



The Building Industry Network of Preservation New Jersey offers our professional members opportunities to plan and participate in periodic educational and networking workshops and site tours where we discuss topics relevant to working with historic buildings such as rehabilitation codes, building or materials conservation techniques, historic tax credits and other economic incentives, sustainability and LEED issues, and many more.

Check back here frequently for info on our next BIN workshop.



Recent Building Industry Network workshops






Evergreene Architectural Arts

New York City : June 25, 2009

Decorative Painting and Finishes

This workshop in the Evergreene New York City studios focused on the question of how – given the myriad factors of accurately and successfully restoring a historic landmark – it is possible to maintain an exacting level of quality for every facet of the restoration. The day long session sddressed issues such as logistics and safety, preserving and restoring extant materials and finishes, the difficulties of on-site conservation, and completing a restoration while a space is still in use. The participants also toured the current Evergreene project restoring St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church. AIA-CES credits available.

More info on the BIN Workshop at Evergreen Architectural Arts >>

 



Rambusch Studios

Jersey City : March 18, 2009

Weaving Light with Historic Architecture

Exploring the creative dynamic among client, lighting designer, craftspeople and architect, the workshop included an overview of recent Rambusch preservation projects and focused on the recent project at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, where a lack of any archival or physical evidence of original lighting fixtures gave the designers and craftspeople an exciting opportunity to create new and appropriate lighting for the historic theatre.