Inquiry HP: Andrew Burdick & Meisha Hunter Burkett

  • 13 Apr 2015
  • 6:30 PM
  • 114 Avery Hall, Columbia University

Re-purposing the Purpose Built

Developed in two campaigns (1837-1842 and 1885-1895), the gravity-fed, 41-mile long Croton Aqueduct was one of the most ambitious municipal public works projects ever undertaken in the United States. Speakers Andrew Burdick, Associate Partner at Ennead Architects, and Meisha Hunter Burkett, Senior Preservationist at Li/Saltzman Architects (LSA), will discuss the issues surrounding the re-purposing of the Croton Aqueduct’s underutilized buildings and spaces with new public uses.

Reception begins at 6:00pm; Lecture begins at 6:30pm

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