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Fort Ti wins engineering award

Ryan-Biggs has had a long relationship with Fort Ticonderoga providing services for structural evaluation; structural repairs to timber framing; restoration of the Pavilion portico; restoration of King's Garden walls and Tea House; and the emergency stabilization and restoration of the West demi-lune, which partially collapsed in 1997. Other projects included restoration of both the Southwest and Northeast Bastions, reconstruction of the East Barracks and East Platform, and the adaptive reuse of the Pavilion.

Fort Ticonderoga begins its 101st season on May 20 with two new exhibits, new tours and new program offerings. The King's Garden opens on June 1 and will also feature new tours and programs

For a complete schedule of 2010 programs and events see www.FortTiconderoga.org .

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