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CBB Projects Shown in “Built by Women NYC” Exhibit

Five CBB projects are on display as part of the month-long Built by Women NYC Exhibition, at the New York City Center for Architecture.  The featured projects include the BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) Facade Renovation, the Richard B. Fisher Building at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, 7 World Trade Center (shown from left to right above), Weeksville Heritage Center and the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Research Building at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

These projects, selected through a public competition, represent 98 diverse sites within the five boroughs of New York  – all built, designed, engineered and/or constructed by women.

The exhibition opened on March 2, 2015 at the Center for Architecture, 536 La Guardia Place in Manhattan, and runs through April 11.  Admission is free of charge.