Best for NYC: Best Practices, Serendipity

by Don Friedman on October 6, 2015

In today’s Best for NYC Challenge post, a coincidence. Just as I was discussing why historic preservation matters as a way of conserving resources, I was sent an article where two preservation architects make the same case in detail. I am fortunate to know Jean Carroon, and I know that this article is not a one-off but rather reflects her deep concern for preserving both historic (in every sense of the word) buildings and the environment. Putting aside the differences in architects’ and engineers’ technical work and roles on projects, this article does a great job of explaining how we at OSE view our work.

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