Presentations

“Restoring our Appreciation of Historic Wood Windows”

This topic has been presented in a variety of formats to the Historic Albany Foundation for their Spring 2007 Preservation Workshop Series; to the City of Albany Historic Resources Commission (Nov. 2007); to the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation at their 2006 Annual Conference, Preservation 360º; and as a full day workshop for Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) presented at Camp Sagamore, Oct. 2007.

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“Saving Historic Windows with Energy Efficiency”

Presented by Jack Alvarez for a series of NYSERDA Energy Code Training Seminar. Seminars were co-sponsored by NYSERDA and the Preservation League of New York State.

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“The Lustron House: Searching the State for Modern Metal Marvel of the Post-War Era”

Several presentations made including the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation at their 2005 Annual Conference, Preservation 360º , the Albany Institute of History & Art as part of their “First Friday’s Event”, May 2007, and to the Turpin Bannister Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians in Dec. 2005.

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“History and Development of Albany’s Helderberg Neighborhood”

Presented to the Albany County Historical Association at the Ten Broeck Mansion, April 2005.

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“Period Paint Schemes & Color Selection”

Presented to the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation at their 2005 Annual Conference, Preservation 360º, as well as part of their 2010 Fall Lecture Series.

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“After the Final Whistle: Reuse Alternatives for Abandoned Stadiums

Presented at the National Park Service “Preserve & Play” conference in May 2005 in Chicago, IL.

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“Wood Window Repair” Workshops

Presented as a “hands-on driveway workshop” to Albany homeowners, summers of 2004 & 2005. Workshops co-sponsored by Historic Albany Foundation and Albany Neighborhood Associations.

“Beyond the Grandstand: Historic Architecture and Landscape of the Saratoga Race Course Backstretch”

Sponsored by Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation and presented along with Martha Lyon Landscape Architecture to members of the Saratoga Springs community at the Public Library in the summer of 2010.