MARK E. ANDERSON, R.A., AIA, NCARB

Mark Anderson
Vice President – Director of Historic Preservation

EDUCATION

City College of New York

New York, New York

School of Architecture

Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Architecture Degree May 1989/ 1990

Columbia University

New York, New York

School of Architecture

Master of Science in Historic Preservation Degree 1999

EXPERIENCE

Over twenty (20) years experience in the construction industry, specializing exclusively in historic preservation and exterior restoration. Extensive portfolio of façade, roof and window restoration projects, including the restoration of terra cotta, brick, stone, metal, historic metal, tile and slate roofs, historic plaster ceilings and Tiffany stained glass windows. Duties include analysis and repair design for building structure, exterior restoration and waterproofing systems. Developed and implemented progressive site survey and project management systems, including field use of tablet computers. Has written several magazine articles featured in technical publications and written papers and give talks to leading technical associations. Oversees the office computers and infrastructure.

ORGANIZATIONS AND COMMITTEE WORK

City College Alumni Association: 1992 – 1996

College and Architecture School, Board of Directors

Westerleigh Improvement Society :

Historic Preservation Committee: Chair: January 2002 – present

Board of Directors: May 2004 – present

Westerleigh Talks: Founder and Chair: September 2009 – present

Sealant, Waterproofing and Restoration Institute: March 2002 – present

ASTM D08 Roofing and Waterproofing Committee: July 2009 – present

SIGNIFICANT COMPLETED EXTERIOR PROJECTS

Historic Preservation and Exterior Wall Rehabilitation; The Woolworth Building

New York, NY – $30 million dollars over appx. 20 years (on-going)

Sept. 11 Attack Damage Restoration of Exterior Terra Cotta and Granite Walls, Windows and Copper Mansard Roof; 90 West Street

New York, NY – $25 million dollars

Exterior Wall, Roof and Window Rehabilitation and Window Replacement; Bronx Community College, 26 Buildings

New York, NY – $20 million dollars

Exterior Restoration; The Longacre Theater

New York, NY – $1 million dollars

Exterior Envelope Energy Analysis; Survey and Analysis of Windows, Walls and Roofs; Federal Building

New York, NY – $15 million dollars

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES

New York State Architecture License, No. 25046, September 1995

Louisiana State Architecture License, No. 7048, April 2009

Connecticut State Architecture License, No. 1172, November 2008

New Jersey State Architecture License, No. 21AI01800200 , November 2008

Massachusetts State Architecture License, No. 31387, August 2010

NCARB Certificate, No. 64,335, May 2008

RESTORE Intensive Masonry Restoration Program, 1992

AWARDS AND COMMENDATIONS

National Trust for Historic Preservation – Honor Award 2005

Preservation League of New York State – Excellence in Historic Preservation 2006

New York Landmarks Conservancy – Lucy B. Moses Preservation Award 2006, 2009

WORK EXPERIENCE

October 1990 – present Façade MD Architects & EngineersProject Manager, and Vice President of firm for the past 10 years, specializing in exterior restoration, historic preservation and waterproofing. Became partner in 1999.