SUMMARY Mr. Mark Liebman has provided forensic investigation and restoration consulting services for historic and contemporary structures for the past 22 years. His expertise includes knowledge of state-of-practice, non-destructive investigation techniques, such as ground penetrating radar, ultrasonics, infrared, vibration monitoring / analysis, and drill resistance for wood and stone. His formal training is in physics and material science, with field experience complimented by an extensive background in the laboratory.
Mark has worked with architects, engineers, owners, and owner representatives on diverse structures nationally and internationally. Recent projects include a condition assessment for reconstruction of the Ord-Weitzel and Sheridan gates at Arlington National Cemetery, preservation investigation / specification preparation at the Washington State Capitol building, and analyzing masonry degradation issues at MIT. Mr. Liebman’s expertise includes stone and brick masonry construction means, methods and materials and structural and architectural metal components and sculptures. He is the author of the Department of Defense Unified Facilities Guide Specification Restoration & Cleaning of Masonry in Historic Structures.
School of the Arts, New York University, New York, New York
Applied Physics, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York
President – NW Chapter Association for Preservation Technology
U.S. Delegate – ISRM Commission on Preservation of Ancient Sites
Building Damage Assessment
Tunnel and Shaft, Skills and Safety
Roadbed and Railway Design
DRMS Drill Resistance Technology
Stone / Curtain Wall System Installation
Fiber Optic Structural Monitoring
Hemcrete Biocomposite Building Envelope Installation