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APTNE - Boston Valley Terra Cotta & Downtown Buffalo Tour

  • 08 May 2015
  • 7:30 AM - 6:30 PM
  • Buffalo NY
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  • Marble, Granite and Limestone Sponsors may be eligible to attend this event complimentary according to their sponsorship benefits

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Boston Valley Terra Cotta 


Downtown Buffalo Tour, Buffalo NY

Friday May 8th, 2015

Boston Valley Terra Cotta is the leading manufacturer of custom architectural terra cotta for restoration of historic facades and creation of high performance building envelopes. Having been in the ceramic manufacturing business for over 120 years, we have a proven commitment to quality and a history of unparalleled customer service.

Located just south of Buffalo, NY and owned by the Krouse family, Boston Valley Terra Cotta continues a pattern of growth from an American manufacturer to a global terra cotta supplier.

Downtown Buffalo Tour

Tour downtown Buffalo with Barbara Campagna - Bus tour highlights including Richardson Olmsted Complex, Frank Lloyd Wright Martin House, and the historic Buffalo Grain Elevators


Friday May 8th   

7:30 AM  Depart Roycroft Inn
8:15 AM  Arrive at BVTC
8:15 AM - 11:00 AM  Tour BVTC
11:15 AM  Depart BVTC for lunch in Downtown  Buffalo, location TBD
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM  Lunch (location TBD)
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM  Main Street Walk
2:15 PM - 6:00 PM   Tour Richardson Olmsted Complex,  FLW  Martin House,
 Buffalo Grain Elevators
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM  Depart for Roycroft Inn

Details & Logistics

- This tour is open to everyone
- The price is $60.
  -  APTNE members receive a $20 discount
  -  APTNE Marble/Granite/Limestone Sponsors are eligible to attend this tour complimentary
- Day Tour transportation is provided

The Roycroft Inn 
- Map/Directions to the Roycroft Inn, 40 South Grove Street, East Aurora, NY 14052
- Contact 877.652.5552 to book your room, APTNE special rate $165
- Alternate Lodging Recommendation: Hampton Inn, East Aurora


Barbara has worked for the past 25 years as an architect, planner and historian – reinventing and restoring historic and existing buildings. She is the recipient of the National AIA Young Architect of the Year Award 2002 and was elevated to Fellowship in the AIA in 2009 as “the leading national ar- chitect and policymaker for the integration of preservation values into green building practices.” She was the co-founder and architectural leader of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Sustainability Program whose goal is to help professionals and the general public better understand the value of preservation in fostering development that is environmentally and socially sustainable.

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