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Counting Down to the Tony Awards

We’re counting down to the Tony Awards with a look back at some of our theatrical projects over the years! We had the honor of working on the theatre that is home to a hit show with 16 Tony Award … Continue reading

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WPA Murals: The Cultural Importance of Preserving Artwork in Architectural Settings

Most of the world’s great museums strive to strip architectural ornament away, presenting their works in a “white cube,” free from distraction. Murals – especially those in prominent and public buildings – are designed to interact with the viewer and … Continue reading

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Creating an American Renaissance: Theaters and LHAT

Theaters are the epicenter of culture for American cities and towns. From Hamlet to Star Trek; Stravinsky to Gershwin we flock to theaters to be entertained by plays, movies, music and dance. Theaters enrich us personally and they enrich our … Continue reading

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Richard Rodgers Restoration: Exhuming a Lost Proscenium

EverGreene is appearing on Broadway…once again . We’re providing restoration and conservation services for the Nederlander Organization on the Richard Rodgers Theater, 226 West 46th Street in Times Square. The Theater is distinguished as housing the most number of Tony-award winning … Continue reading

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Preservation Districts: Strategic & Smart

Recently, the Wall Street Journal declared Michael Bloomberg the “Mayor of Preservation,” because his administration has created and expanded 41 historic districts throughout the city, which is more than his predecessors. While critics argue that some of the Landmarks Preservation … Continue reading

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Clara Barton’s Missing Soldiers Office Rediscovered

EverGreene has just begun work to restore the Clara Barton Missing Soldier’s Office, which has been unoccupied the past 100 years.

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Conserving & Gilding the Eagle in Morristown Library, NJ

EverGreene was contracted to carry out the conservation and re- gilding of an eagle  located in the reference room of the Morristown Library. The eagle dates back to the Morristown Armory: when the Armory burned down in 1920, the eagle … Continue reading

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El Museo del Barrio Mosaic Conservation

Forrest Filler, Conservation Technician: Over the past several years I’ve had an exciting time conserving a series of tile mosaics at El Museo del Barrio located at 1230 5th Avenue (104th Street); the project itself was undertaken by a collaborative team of … Continue reading

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