The Everson Museum is an architectural and sculptural masterpiece designed in 1968 by world-renowned architect I.M. Pei. Since its construction, however, the museum has been plagued by water infiltration problems.
The original system of the skylights did not take into account structural movement that occurred within the cantilevered galleries as outdoor temperatures fluctuated. The almost zero pitch of the skylights compounded the problem.
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— Jan June, Director of Facilities at Finger Lakes Community College