Ken Follett is a founding member and 1st past president of the Preservation Trades Network as well as a longtime member of APTI and APT Northeast. His trade background is in masonry with an emphasis on playing with stone.
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Ken and David Follett restored an encaustic tile entry in a historic brownstone.
Students learn masonry pointing with Ken Follett in the HOPE (Hands on Preservation Experience) program.
Ever wonder what's in that cleaning fluid? Ken Follett shed some light on chemical formulas, safety data sheets, and who reads labels anyway.
Ken Follett describes certain practices, such as a schedule of values, often used in traditional (and other) construction projects.
Drawing on his experience, Ken Follett shows how a client’s expectations can drastically change a historic preservation project.
Repair a dry-stone wall
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