Program Manager, Capital Projects Group
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Department of Facilities, Campus Planning, Engineering and Construction
Work: (617) 452-2429
Cell: (857) 998-9905
Gary Tondorf-Dick is a Program Manager in the Capital Projects Group in the MIT Department of Facilities, Campus Planning, Engineering and Construction. Gary’s experience in his ten years at MIT has centered on new and renovation program projects for residential life and humanities and development of the restoration standards for the MIT Main Group Buildings designed by William Welles Bosworth and constructed between 1912 and 1916. Gary is a registered architect in Massachusetts.
Gary’s restoration projects at MIT include the Math and Chemistry renovation, limestone wall restoration, window replication, the restoration of the Building 10 Great Dome, the restoration of the Barker Engineering Library Reading Room Rotunda, and the wrought iron balcony and façade at the Walker Memorial. Current research and development regarding MIT’s building restorations include the 1916 Main Group buildings, the MIT Chapel leaded glass façade, the Kresge Auditorium curtainwall and the mid century modern Building 14 Hayden Library limestone and curtainwall façade.
Gary has presented MIT’s Building 2 and Building 10 window wall restoration process and standards at industry and academic conferences such as SCUP, ERAPPA, Build Boston, the BSA Envelope Committee, Harvard, MIT and the Boston Architectural College.