Case Study: Corrosion of New York Dock Buildings

The New York Dock Buildings at 160 and 162 Imlay Street were built to be key structures in the New York Dock Company's early twentieth-century Atlantic Terminal operations. The buildings were abandoned for some time, but today are being re-purposed. This case study is an evaluation of the conditions of the buildings undertaken before rebuilding efforts began in 2014.


Jan. 12, 2015

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