The Morris High School Auditorium was the first designated New York City Landmarked interior in the Bronx, which required a special restoration effect and a sensitive updating of technical capability. Completed over ten years ago, the auditorium is still in pristine condition. The plaster, chandelier, and the mural were nearly destroyed due to leaks, the age of the building, and lack of maintenance. All plaster was lovingly restored as was the mural, seats, and lighting to reflect a bygone era. The Post construction assessments are done for most projects as a professional tool making us aware of how well products have withstood the test of time and if the design goal was met. Good design is ageless.