A fan of “This Old House”? Then listen to Nick Cameron’s accounts of what it was like to oversee the care and updating of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s two million square feet, its fourteen-acre roof, and the whole exterior and grounds. As the former Manager of Operations and then Vice President for Construction at the Met for over two decades, Nick’s MBA came in handy while replacing antiquated procedures and systems, completing more than $850 million of construction, and navigating a sea of competing interests (and egos) to make the Museum into the modern facility we all enjoy today. Join this consummate back-of-the-house tour and your next visit to 82nd Street will be all the richer. Extra points if you can guess what Met staff used to call a “cheese”.