ACM Corp. performed
extensive sawcutting and demolition to create new entryways in the bluestone
ACM Corp. was also responsible for the structural design and installation for of the structural supports of the existing chimney (8’X6’X20’ high) which was to remain above the roof line for it’s historic and aesthetic features. These supports consisted of two masonry columns which extended from the basement up three floors to the underside of this chimney at the roof. This portion of the work required exterior stabilization via the use of heavy guage wire secured to “dead men”. This also required core drilling and “dry packing” twelve structural members to support and facilitate the stabilization of this chimney.