Building the Cathedral of a Lifetime

Across from Rockefeller Center in New York City sits St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The Neo-Gothic styled Roman Catholic Cathedral church is a staple of New York City. The famous landmark marks a turning point in the city’s history where religious freedom was viewed as the norm. In 1976, the cathedral was declared a National Historic Landmark. …

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Watergate: History preserved

The term ‘gate’ has developed into a suffix we use to describe a scandal, and the history behind the word comes from the iconic Watergate Hotel and Office Building. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places and serves as an architectural landmark, famous for one of history’s biggest scandals- the Watergate Scandal. …

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Harvard by the books

Harvard University students and researchers alike dwell at the Widener Library late into the midnight hours. But while the library is mostly populated with people, it seemed pigeons had an uncanny attraction to the building as well. The library’s flawless architecture had long endured abuse from local pest birds. However, Birdmaster has helped prevent future …

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The United States Capitol

BirdMaster is proud to have played a part in preserving the United States Capitol building by mitigating the damaging effects birds can pose. Located in Washington, DC, the beautiful structure is a symbol of the American people and their government as well as the meeting place of the nation’s legislature. It’s a functioning office building …

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