Case Studies & Projects

Document Recovery Solutions

Restoring Chabad-Lubavitch priceless scripture

The Central Chabad Library is housed in the world headquarters of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement in Brooklyn, New York City. The library is home to 250,000 rare books, more than 100,000 letters, artifacts and pictures, and priceless scripture on Jewish topics that date back several hundred years. The library is in an area prone to heavy floods and storms, leaving the unique collection exposed to hazardous conditions and at risk of moisture damage. When disaster did hit, thankfully Polygon was able to come to the rescue.

Document Recovery Solutions

City of Stamford's 18th Century Books and Documents

When Lyda Ruijter was appointed City Clerk for the City of Stamford in Connecticut, she toured the city's buildings in pursuit of preservation. As the keeper of all records pertaining to Stamford and its residents, she knew she needed to take action when encountering a forgotten police precinct containing books, notes, and meeting minutes that tell the city’s 377-year-old story.

Temporary Climate Solutions

Generator Lay Up

A 1,200 Megawatt PWR in Burlington, Kansas regularly utilizes Polygon to provide temporary dehumidification to lay up their generators.

Temporary Climate Solutions

Temporary Cooling During a Retrofit

Polygon provided temporary cooling for the retrofit of #1 and #2 turbines on a 900 Megawatt BWR Plant. Heat build-up during these shutdowns can create schedule delays due to the acclimation period for workers (as required by heat stress safety procedures).

Document Recovery Solutions

Saving Chinese history post-fire at MOCA

In 2020, a devasting fire affected the Museum of Chinese in America in Manhattan's Chinatown, known as MOCA. At risk was a collection of 85,000 sculptures, textiles, photos and other rare historical artifacts. It took many people, companies, and volunteers to recover what items were salvageable. Polygon was honored to be a part of that team.

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