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Alan Solomon

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Sawkill Co.

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Sawkill Co.

145 Sawkill Road

Kingston, New York,12401

United States

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CARPENTERS ​ - DAVE RATNER NYC

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J.Crew Uses Hurricane-Savaged Boardwalk for Spring 2014 New York Fashion Week Runway | Ecouterre

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"It's not only what you're wearing-it's what you're wearing it on," says Alan Solomon of Sawkill Lumber Co., which salvaged the timber following the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy in October 2012.
Despite being reduced to wreckage, the tropical hardwoods remain prized for their exceptional strength and durability. Despite being reduced to wreckage, the tropical hardwoods, which boast names like cumaru, ipe, and angelique, remain prized for their exceptional strength and durability, Solomon adds. "Harvested decades ago from the South American jungles, and hauled by elephant and ox cart before being milled into New York areas storied beachfront walkways, they now turn up at the forefront of American fashion-an unlikely but wholly appropriate transformation for the times," he says.


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On Tuesday, Alan Solomon, the owner of Sawkill Lumber, which has recycled wood from boardwalks before, surveyed portions of the damaged Rockaway Boardwalk.
He estimated that a blocklong segment - about 23,000 square feet - could be worth $250,000. Mr. Solomon was skeptical of the parks department's plan to separate the usable wood. "It's hard to know what they consider salvageable," he said.


www.pressofatlanticcity.com

Alan Solomon, the New York City-based operator of Sawkill Lumber Co., one of the better known suppliers of reclaimed wood from the Atlantic City Boardwalk, said that based on what he saw of the wood taken from the South Inlet, much of it was of a lower grade than in other parts of the Boardwalk or consists of substructure joists that likely won’t garner much money.
“Beyond that, it is fairly damaged from the excavator and machinery,†he said. While the bench from Forms + Surfaces and other products are marketed as wood reclaimed from Atlantic City’s Boardwalk, the direct source of the lumber isn’t from the city. It’s from contractors who work with the city on extensive Boardwalk repair projects, Solomon said. He said contractors will bid for Boardwalk repair jobs knowing they will be able to make money from selling the old lumber rather than carting it to a landfill. Those savings are supposed to be reflected in the bid price, he said. Because large repair jobs occur only once every several years, the supply of reclaimed Boardwalk wood is low. “It’s enormously popular, but it’s not just that available,†Solomon said. One of the reasons for their popularity is that boardwalks typically are made from tropical hardwoods, which are known for their high durability, but because consumers don’t want more trees and rainforests to be cut down, they turn to reclaimed wood, Solomon said. “On top of that, you have the prominence of Atlantic City and ... romance, history and mystique of a boardwalk,†he said. Reclaimed Boardwalk wood sold by Sawkill costs as much as $5 a linear foot, Solomon said.


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