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The Restoration of Tudor City
The General Society of Mechanics & Tradesmen of the City of New York

September 15, 2022

Bertolini Architectural Works have spearheaded many large-scale façade projects in the Tudor City Landmark District. In this presentation Oswald L. Bertolini, AIA, Principal, along with his colleagues, architects Eric Vonderhyde, Ryan Hopewell and Carlos Honorio Jr, AIA will discuss the history of the area that transformed into Tudor City, including prewar construction techniques...

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Ryan Hopewell is Promoted !!!

August 2021

Ryan Hoperwell, Associate Principal, has been a valued member of the #BAW Team for the last five years.. As of August, in addition to his...

BAW Interview at Tudor City!

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Protecting Your Project

BAW Principal Oswald Bertolini discusses why for most projects “the key is communicating to the board what they’re up against."

A "Master Plan" Speeds

Window Replacements

Eric Vonderhyde, Principal at BAW, discusses how a Master Plan can dramatically speed up the filing process for window replacement projects...

Oswald Interview with Habitat Magazine

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Another Way to Cut the Cost of Facade In

Another Way to Cut the

Cost of Facade Inspections

Eric Vonderhyde discusses a creative way to cut costs and hasten projects when doing facade inspections, saving boards both time and money. 

Replacing windows in historic districts.

The Tricky Art of Replacing
Windows in Historic Districts

Eric Vonderhyde explains why replacing windows in historic districts can often be more complicated than it seems and offers LPC filing insight.

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Combining Apartments

Oswald Bertolini gives advice to boards and apartment owners: "Be upfront about the project from the beginning. We might have different interests, but we are all going to live together.”


Policing the Alteration Agreement

Oswald Bertolini discusses key considerations for Alteration Agreements, including important tips for apartment owners and boards alike. 

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