RSVP FOR THE ANNUAL MEETING ON JUNE 14

Join us on Friday, June 14th in Leadville, Colorado for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the APT Annual Meeting. Tours and lunch will be provided at no cost to members. Agenda for the Meeting 11:30am – Meet at FREIGHT for Lunch Meet at 320 E 9th St, Leadville, CO 80461 12:00pm – Tour of FREIGHT…

Colorado State Capitol Tour Recap

The Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Association for Preservation Technology (RMC-APT) hosted a member event March 13, 2015 touring the recently renovated Colorado State Capitol. The tour, led by David Wittman, Associate Investigative Engineer at Martin/Martin Engineers, Inc., began in the House of Representatives Chamber where a recent renovation of the gold filigree stenciling was…

Historic Finishes Workshop Recap

Guest writer Natalie Karas is an architectural conservator at Integrated Conservation Resources, Inc., in New York City. In June 2014, Natalie attended the APT Historic Finishes workshop at the University of Colorado Denver. The workshop explored the identification of various types of historic finishes, their deterioration mechanisms, and repair methodologies. For Natalie’s review of the…

2014 Annual Meeting Recap

We had a great time in Boulder this year during our Annual Meeting and related festivities! Almost 20 members attended the event. First, we socialized at The Med over lunch – it was fun to catch up with everyone and see what everyone ordered off the eclectic menu. Then, we headed over to the Hannah…

LoDo Walking Tour Recap

We had a fabulous tour of LoDo lead by the famous and knowledgeable Dr. Colorado! We started out with a tour of Engine House No. 3, which now houses Slaterpaull Architects. Then we went inside Mattie Silks’ House of Mirrors and El Chapultepec. Next, a stroll up Hop Alley and then headed to Union Station,…