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Hamilton Grange Memorial Alexander Hamilton House
Manhattan, New York


Scope of Work:

Engineering for Moving of Historic Building

- Design Services
- Construction Coordination
- Construction Inspections

Owner Contact:
Janet Morris, Contracting Officer National Park Service

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Architect(s):

Job Description:

 

RO provided design services and construction coordination for the relocation project of this 200 year old historic structure in New York City traveling from Convent Avenue and West 141th Street to St. Nicholas Park. The Hamilton Grange Memorial was closed to the public to allow for extensive architectural and structural investigations as part of a long term plan to move the house to nearby St. Nicholas Park.  The house was secured to its new foundation, original porches were rebuilt and the original main entrance doorway and main staircase within the entry foyer were The Grange re-opened to the general public on September 17, 2011.

 

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