<p class="large">Al Shambery can picture that iconic photo in his head – the one of 11 Empire State Building construction workers perched on a beam, relaxing and eating their lunch high in the New York City sky. No harnesses. No hardhats. Just 69 stories below them. </p>
Part 3 in a 3-part series about historic renovations. Before starting a historic renovation, it's important to understand the construction complexities of design decisions.
Part two in a three-part series. Renovations require extra measures during planning, with a high attention to detail. Learn what's involved before the restoration starts.
Part 1 in a 3-part series. Landmarked buildings must be restored. As you make a decision about whether to proceed with a historic renovation, learn about the documentation requirements and how to manage costs.
Brothers Will and Richard Downing discuss their careers at Pepper for Fridays in the field.
Introducing Fridays in the Field - in celebration of Pepper Indiana's 25th anniversary.
As Pepper Indiana turns 25 years old, we're celebrating the drivers of our success - our people, our industry relationships and the communities in which we've enjoyed living and working. Throughout the year we'll share our stories and how they've contributed to where we're headed next.