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Posted on October 17, 2017
In this issue, our Case Study article describes the completion of masonry restoration project at a distinguished English Tudor style home in Newton, MA by Abbot's Small Projects Division. In our Masonry 101 article, we describe what a "turret" is and its derivation.
Posted on September 19, 2017
In this issue, our Case Study article describes Abbot's recent completion of a multi-phase restoration project of a luxury high rise brick condominium building in Medford, MA. By executing the project in phases, the owner was able to optimize cash flow over the entire timeline of the project. In our Masonry 101 article, we describe Vertical Expansion Joints and their function in maintaining the integrity of a brick structure.
Posted on July 11, 2017
In this issue, our Case Study article describes Abbot's recent completion of a multi-phase restoration project of a 4-story brick and concrete building for a local condominium association. By executing the project in phases, the owner can optimize cash flow over the entire timeline of the project. In our Masonry 101 article, we describe what a "light well" is and its attributes.
Posted on June 13, 2017
In this issue, our Case Study article describes Abbot's recent restoration of the facade and windows of a large one-story commercial building at 2000 Washington Street in Boston's Roxbury section. It is once again significant to note that Abbot was contracted by an owner based on successful work at the same property in the past. The project is also being done in two phases to optimize cash flow for the owner. In our Masonry 101 article, we describe how concrete "sound testing" is accomplished.
Posted on May 16, 2017
In this issue, our Case Study article describes Abbot's recent restoration of a 5-story brownstone condominium building at 33 Chestnut Street in Boston's historic Beacon Hill district. It is significant to note that Abbot was contracted once again by an owner based on successful work at the same property in the past. In our Masonry 101 article, we describe what a mansard is and trace its roots.
Posted on April 26, 2017
In this issue, our Case Study article describes Abbot's recent restoration of a series of five pre-cast concrete portico entrances to the condominiums at 57-65 Babcock Street in Brighton, MA. In our Masonry 101 article, we describe what a portico is and trace its roots.
Posted on March 22, 2017
In this issue, our Case Study article describes Abbot's recent restoration of the front and both side facades of Congregation Kehillath Israel, a historic Jewish synagogue in Brookline, MA. In our Masonry 101 article, we provide a description of "pre-cast" concrete.
Posted on October 10, 2016
In this issue, our Case Study article describes examples of how Abbot provides an economical option to schedule and perform a small or large project over multiple phases while deferring the overall expense. In our Masonry 101 article, we provide a glimpse into the future of building inspection using drone technology.
Posted on September 1, 2016
In the September issue, our Case Study article describes Abbot's repair of the facade of a 4-story brick building used as a student dormitory at the Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston. In our Masonry 101 article, we describe the protocol to assure accuracy in color matching mortar for repointing.
Posted on August 9, 2016
This issue, our Case Study article describes Abbot's repair and restoration of a brick and poured reinforced concrete building owned by Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston's Mission Hill section. In our Masonry 101 article, we provide a definition of poured reinforced concrete.
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