About


Business Profile:

Bacon Lane Architect, LLC is an architectural firm specializing in building envelope design, investigation and restoration; including roofing, waterproofing, green or vegetative roofs and facade restoration.  We are an Architectural firm specializing in the specification and design of roofing, waterproofing and exterior wall systems. Services include investigations, design, repair planning, quality observance, legal testimony, and general management services for roofing, waterproofing and exterior masonry wall projects.

 

Certifications:

RA – Registered Architect: NY, NJ, CT, MA
WBE – Women Business Enterprise: NY & NJ
SBE – Small Business Enterprise: NJ
RRO – Registered Roof Observer
GRP – Green Roof Professional
ICC – International Code Council
RCI – Roofing Consultants Institute
NCARB – National Council Architectural Registration Board

Bacon Lane Architect, LLC. performs NYC Local Law 11 inspections on high-rise buildings. Facade Inspections and remedial designs, specializing in masonry facades.

Our services also include: Commissioning, Litigation

Client Portfolio includes:

Rockefeller Center
Chrysler Building
1384 Broadway
Peter Cooper Village
Stuyvesant Town
101 Chrystie Street
30 West 29th Street
1400 Broadway
Tishman Speyer Properties
Helmsley-Spear
Wien Malkin
Waterside Plaza
Christie’s
CNBC
Cushman Wakefield
GuideOne
Lanyi & Tevald, Inc.
CBS
New Jersey Dept. of Military and Veterans Affairs
Open Society Institute
Strengthen Our Sisters
Pershing Corp. – BNY Mellon
Weight Watchers Corporation
Zetlin & De Chiara LLP
Byrne & O’Neill, LLP
920 Hudson Owners Corp.
Anderson House Owner’s Corp.
Canterbury Court’s Association
115 14th Street Owner’s Corp.
605-611 West 111 St. Realty Corp.
Caputo Associates
Axis Design Group
HLW International

 

 Performing a restoration inspection inside the eagle head

Ms. Lane Performs a restoration inspection inside the eagle head at the Chrysler Building

Ms. Lane at the Chrysler Building

Ms. Lane Performs a restoration inspection inside the eagle head at the Chrysler Building