Ithaca, New York
Sibley Hall Restoration Project
Keystone provided architectural and engineering services including a field investigation report, construction drawings, and details for window and trim restoration of this 1870 domed landmark structure as a continued effort of preservation. Many of the building’s arched windows are set in a field stone façade as well as a mansard roof with slate tiles in direct contact with the Spanish cedar trim, requiring innovative detailing to protect the wood without altering the building’s original aesthetics in compliance with the Ithaca Landmark Preservation Commission. Keystone provided assistance during the bid phase for pricing, permits, and competitive procurement and additional construction phase site visits to observe the work.