UNDERSTANDING NEW YORK CITY’S LANDMARK PRESERVATION COMMISSION IN RELATION TO WINDOW REPLACEMENTS
Adler Windows is delighted to announce that we are an official AIA/CES education provider. Our presentation, Understanding New York City’s Landmark Preservation Commission (LPC) In Relation To Replacement Windows, will explore the application process for LPC approval and the permits that are required for specific window replacement projects in the City. To arrange a Lunch and Learn in your office please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Credits: 1 AIA/CEU
- To outline the rules of Title 63, which contains the regulations of the LPC.
- To define when a permit is and is not required for a window replacement project in New York City’s historic districts.
- To distinguish the various types of permits available when undergoing a window replacement project in a New York City landmarked area.
- To define the design and timing requirements of an LPC window project in relation to the permit application process.
Check out our Event Calendar to see a list of our upcoming events. Every fortnight we host a different AIA credited Lunch and Learn in our Manhattan Showroom. Sign up today and earn your credits the easy way!
“Adler’s seminars are extremely informative and carry AIA credit which are required to maintain my license. Their showroom and staff makes getting information on a product/project very convenient. Alder even provides a supply of portable chargers in a basket on your way out as they become very handy in charging my cell phone when I am in the field. Great team to work with and they keep growing every time I return for another seminar.” – Michael Sleiman, Midtown Preservation
“Great having the head of the company give the presentation. It is very apparent that Ross is “all in”, very committed to his company, his people and the industry, very knowledgable and a self-confessed window geek! what could be better?” – Howard L Zimmerman Architects P.C
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