from headquarters AMS Begins Restoration of Headquarters Building In May, AMS began many much needed repairs to the 190-year old house that serves as AMS Headquar- ters. Crews were hired to renovate several areas in- cluding the roof, gutters, staging, and railings. The crews are erecting staging from the ground to roof height on the entire front and courtyard side to the shipping entrance. Rails and balusters are being manufactured to match the existing ones on the en- tire front of the house and from the courtyard side to the shipping entrance. The repairs and replacements to the roof and gutters consist of removing and replac- ing existing gutters with 16 oz copper along the en- tire front section, down the courtyard section, and re- turning approximately 12 feet to the chimney. The copper icebelt will be removed and replaced in this area. In addition, all cracked, broken, and missing slate on the main roof will be repaired and replaced. All of the wood and metal surfaces along the front of the building will be scraped, primed, and painted. General repairs to the building will be made as needed. Repairs are expected to be completed mid-June. These are the first general restorations to Scaffoldin g along the front and sides of AMS the outside of the building since 1960. • Headquarters allows renovation crews to repair the building's roof, gutters, railings, and to paint the wood and metal on the front of the house. Updates t o th e AMS Web Page 85 8 James Span n 1996 85 9 Austen L. One k 1996 • May's edition of th e AMS Newsletter 86 0 Mark T. Modra k 1996 • Changes an d updates t o Contacts a t AMS 86 1 Bethany Solomo n 1996 86 2 Terri A. DeBoe r 1996 • Careers in Atmospheri c Research 86 3 Kenneth A. Nage l 1996 • Updates an d additions t o AMS Meetings 86 4 Frank Mamol a 1996 • AMS Journals ' Tables of Contents Look u s u p a t http://www.ametsoc.org/AMS 130 6 Vol. 77, No. 6, June 7 99 6
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1996
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