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American Red Cross
St Brendan's Church
Knights of Columbus
St John's Church
Center Church
 Astor Court
Bronx Zoo
Governors Island
School fortheDeaf
 PS-IS 49
Mineola Courthouse
Simsbury Town Hall
Rice University
The Dakota
Watch Hill

 Yale University
Trumbull Room
School of Business
Scroll and Key
Osborn Labs
School of Forestry
Sterling Library

Plaster Cieling
 Stone Carving
Retaining Walls
About Us

Gothic Stone Restoration

At the sixth annual International Preservation Trades Workshop, Robert Young, a masonry restoration specialist, was amazed by the level and variety of artisan skills presented at the event. He noted that the best people in the country and, in some cases, the world were presenting, representing many centuries of hard won experience and tradition. How do you prefer to learn, he asks, the hard way or by coming here and seeing how these guys do it? It's your choice. Robert was himself presenting techniques for in situ terra cotta restoration. He picked up two consultation projects from connections he made during the sessions, but that is not what will keep him coming back to future events. Knowledge, he says, is power, in the trades like anywhere else.

A partial list of our projects Visit them on the web
Yale University Art gallery
Yale University Residential Colleges
Sterling library at Yale-Limestone architectural pieces
Scroll & Key at Yale-Leland Torrence Restoration Consultant
Timothy Dwight College- Yale University
Branford College- Yale university
St. Brendan's Church, New Haven Ct.
St. John's Church, Stamford Ct.
Center Church on the Green, New Haven visit the crypt
First Union Bank, New Haven
CIGNA Building, Hartford Ct.
Sheraton Hotel, Waterbury Ct.
Knights of Columbus World Headquarters Museum
Numerous private residences and estates  
Town Hall Simsbury, Ct. Simsbury Web Site



Gothic Stone Restoration
12 Main St.
New Haven, Ct. 06513
Email  Robert Young      (203) 619-3314  

Custom Building and Restoration Specialists