Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

A unique project dehumidifying Egyptian mummies! Addressed damages in 1998 incurred from a fire in the Law Library, and in the Library and Research Facility. Designed and managed 240,000 sq. ft. of space, and 3,000 cu. ft. of documents. The successful work included dehumidification of six floors of the library, restoring legal documents and books impacted by smoke, water damage and mold, and developing a system to dehumidify two Egyptian Mummies. Project took five weeks, and cost over $2 million. The valuation of the saved mummies was defined as priceless.