Graciano completes work on Apollo Theater in Harlem, NY

11/10/2010

The starting stage for many of the music world’s most recognized performers, the Apollo Theater was built in Harlem in 1914. Situated on a one-block site between 125th and 126th streets, the eight-story complex has been granted national, state and city landmark status, and is undergoing a series of renovation and restoration projects.

Graciano has rebuilt brick parapets surrounding the building’s roof surfaces to ensure continued compliance with local Law 11, which requires regular inspections and repairs on buildings more than five stories in height. Graciano’s work also included replacement of terra cotta copings that cap the top of the parapet walls. The project began in 2009 and was completed in November of 2010.

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