Updates & News

2017 Course on Masonry Conservation


The 2017 RESTORE Course will begin on Tuesday, January 24, 2017 at 6:00pm. The RESTORE Class will meet at 488 Madison Avenue, in Suite 1900 (please note that the starting date and location are to be confirmed). The class will start at 6:00 PM so please arrive at least 15 minutes before the RESTORE class starts to check in.
488 Madison Avenue is located between 51st and 52 Streets. The closest subway stop is the Lexington Avenue 51st/53rd Street station: #6 local, E and M trains.

RESTORE Lab Classes at Barnard College

Please note that the four upcoming 2017 RESTORE Classes on the Properties of Building Stone will take place in late January and February -- dates to be confirmed.
These classes will meet from 6:00 to 8:15 p.m. at:
Barnard College
117th Street and Broadway
Altschul Hall
Room 202 (Main Floor Auditorium)
Directions Click here for a pritntable Barnard College map and directions
Take Local subway No. 1 to the Columbia University stop, 116th Street and Broadway. Walk north along the west side of Broadway to the Barnard campus entrance. Altshul Hall is north of the library building. Enter the building on the plaza level (second floor); the elevators are on the left – the auditorium entrance is at the end of the hall, past the elevators.

TO: All Participants in the 2016 RESTORE Course on Masonry Conservation

AIA members are eligible to receive fifty-four (54) Continuing Education Learning Units, fourteen (14) of which count as Health and Safety and Welfare credits. To check your transcript, log in to AIA Member Services for Continuing Education at the AIA website: http://www.aia.org/education/

Remember that as alumni of the RESTORE Course on Masonry Conservation, you are welcome to return for a lecture or lectures that you either missed or would just like to hear again. If you are interested, please call RESTORE or visit this website for the RESTORE Curriculum for the Course. Please bookmark this website and check it to stay current with RESTORE’s educational programs.


RESTORE Workshop on Inspection, Repair and Maintenance of High-rise Terra Cotta Structures

This RESTORE Workshop will address the inspection, repair and preservation of high-rise terra cotta structures. RESTORE will inform you of the dates and venue of this Workshop. The Workshop curriculum and other Information regarding the RESTORE Workshop on Inspection, Repair and Preservation of High-rise Terra Cotta Structures will be posted on this website.

If you have any question or would like further information about the educational Programs and services that RESTORE offers, please feel free to call RESTORE at 212-749-1800.