Work on the interior and exterior included the reconstruction and restoration
of the Dyckman Farmhouse, located at 204th Street and Broadway in
Manhattan. The last surviving Dutch Colonial farmhouse, built in 1784, is currently a museum depicting life during the early colonial era.
This historic landmark house incorporates a state-of-the-art fiber optic lighting system, new mechanical and electrical
systems, and interior and exterior fire prevention systems. The restoration project was completed in 2004 for the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation.