In 1999 Robert Cane Architect was selected by New York City’s Department of Design and Construction and the New York Hall of Science to oversee the restoration and relocation of two authentic NASA rockets, originally displayed at the 1964 World’s Fair U.S. Space Park. The rockets were severely corroded after years of exposure and required complete refurbishing. Robert Cane heads a team of consultants (including an expert in aircraft restoration) responsible for specifying the necessary reconstruction work—complete cleaning, repair or replication of deteriorated elements and historically accurate painting. New structural steel armatures designed for the interior of the rockets will enable them to stand freely and tall without the encumbrance of the original guy wires. The rockets, other space artifacts and an interactive display of water-propelled model rockets will be set in a new elliptical ‘Rocket Park’ designed by the firm.