About the Salon
In this informal discussion, National Park Service architect Dana Lockett will guide visitors through a tour of Danh Vo: We The People at Brooklyn Bridge Park from an architectural perspective, highlighting the ways that the National Park Service has preserved and documented Gustav Eiffel’s design of the statue’s interior structure. Participants will join Lockett as he shares his experiences using cutting edge digital technologies to scan icons from the Statue of Liberty to the Ghazni Towers in Afghanistan.
Lockett is an architectural project manager with the National Park Service’s Historic American Engineering Record in Washington, D.C. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Texas Tech University and has 23 years of preservation experience with Heritage Documentation Programs. While still a fan of hand drafting, Locket emphasizes digital surveying of engineering and industrial sites using measuring techniques such as Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) combined with Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) and 3D modeling.
In case of rain, this event will be held at the Brooklyn Bridge Park Classroom at 334 Furman Street.
Pier 3 Greenway Terrace, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn, NY