Thursday, September 19th, 2019
Maggiano’s Tysons Corner
2001 International Dr
McLean, VA 22102
4:00-5:30 Board Meeting
5:30-6:30 Social Hour
6:30 Dinner & Presentation
Gary Schue – General Superintendent
United Building Envelope Restoration
The ICRI Fall National Conference will focus on Historic Restoration: The Art and Science of Preserving Structures. In advance of the Fall Conference, the BWC Chapter has invited Gary Schue to present at our 3rd Quarter Dinner Meeting. Gary will discuss a brief overview of historic masonry and techniques as well as a deeper discussion of “Old vs. New” in which the listener will discover how technology in masonry construction has evolved over time. Specific examples of real world repair techniques will be related neatly within the confines of historic masonry.
Gary has worked in construction since the summer of 1969 and graduated from George Mason University in 1974. In 1974 Gary began working in masonry with United Masonry and went on to open his own masonry company, GC Schue Inc., in 1985. In 2009 Gary decided to close GC Schue Inc. to work as a masonry consultant for large masonry companies completing marquis masonry projects all around the Mid-Atlantic region. In 2018 Gary brought his unique skillset in both new and historic masonry to United Building Envelope Restoration working as General Superintendent.