The Cornog Field House at Memorial Field in Summit, New Jersey was in dire need of exterior restoration. The building, dedicated in 1928, had extensive roof damage & leaks, rotting fascias, soffits, windows, and siding, missing gutters and leaders, and severe damage to the masonry chimney. Repairs were made to the original slate roofing, including all new copper flashing hips, ridges, and valleys, installation of new copper snow slide stops, new fascias and soffits with new copper gutters and downspouts. Existing flat roof areas were completely replaced, and new railings were installed. The upper dormers and windows were completely rebuilt. The masonry chimney was reconstructed, and a new copper chimney cap installed. New copper awnings were installed to replace the existing first floor entrance awnings.