Track 4: This New World: Preservation technology and emerging issues within our historic buildings and built landscapes

CS4.6 Preservation Philosophy-looking back and looking forward

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: HYATT-Regency
CE: 1.5

The four speakers of this conference session will look back at preservation philosophy and all the related terms (conservation, historic preservation, restoration, rehabilitation, renovation, reconstruction, renovation) coming at it from different viewpoints such as theory, policy, linguistic and cultural constraints, architectural practice, and artistic practice. Using a variety of case studies, the speakers will reframe the notions of those terms, which will help the attendee to compare, contrast, and reconsider preservation philosophy as it applies to new art forms and art media, future practice and implementation, as well as contemporary materials, settings and styles.

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Lonnie Hovey

Lonnie Hovey, AIA, FAPT is an award-winning architect with over 30 years of experience on preservation, restoration, and rehabilitation projects across the country for many federal, state, municipal, and city clients. Federal clients include the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, Architect of the Capitol, Army Corps of Engineers, Department of the Navy, Executive Office of the President, and General Services Administration. Projects include banks, churches, courthouses, cultural landscapes, libraries, master plans, monuments, museums, private and federal office buildings, pump houses, and university buildings. He served as the federal preservation officer and Director of Preservation for the Executive Office of the President overseeing projects in the 22 buildings used by the Executive Branch, the biggest project being the modernization of the EEOB.

Lonnie is an Associate and Sr. Preservation Architect with Whitman, Requardt & Associates, LLP (WRA). Founded in 1915, WRA is headquarted in Baltimore, Maryland, with 19 regional offices. Lonnie works out of WRA's Philadelphia office.

Lonnie is an active APT member having joined in 1988. Service includes national and regional involvement with symposia, training programs, and annual conferences. Service also includes positions on the APT Board of Directors, and the Chapters, Outreach, Student Scholarship, and Training & Education Committees. Inducted into APT's College of Fellows (COF) in 2007, he is currently involved with the APT and COF Archives, the APT Legacy Program, and writes the 'From the Archives' column for Communiqué.


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David Payne

Teacher of Architecture
Deerfield Academy

David Payne is the Architecture and Visual Design Teacher at Deerfield Academy in Deerfield, Massachusetts. He holds master’s degrees in Historic Preservation from the University of Vermont and Architecture from the University of Miami and completed his doctoral degree in the Planning, Design, and the Built Environment program at Clemson University. His research interests include the impact of Modern architecture on historic preservation and the role of traditional architecture in the 21st century.


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Ilene R. Tyler, FAIA, FAPT, LEED AP

Ilene R Tyler, LLC

After serving as a VISTA volunteer at Baltimore’s Neighborhood Design Center, and completing a study for the Main Street Program in southwestern Pennsylvania, Ms. Tyler joined Quinn Evans Architects in Ann Arbor. She managed complex restoration projects for The First Church of Christ, Scientist Mother Church in Boston, the Parthenon in Nashville, and the Old Courthouse as part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in St. Louis. Her co-authored book, Historic Preservation: An Introduction to Its History, Principles, and Practice, is a best seller in the field of preservation and is widely used by preservation programs all across the country.


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Stephanie M. Hoagland

Jablonski Building Conservation, Inc.

Stephanie M. Hoagland is a Principal and Architectural Conservator with Jablonski Building Conservation Inc. where she’s been employed since 2003. Ms. Hoagland has worked on a variety of conservation projects throughout the United States and Canada including finishes investigations, conditions assessments, and hands-on conservation treatments. Some of her favorite projects have involved the preservation of vernacular art and architecture including the conservation of sailor graffiti on the USS Intrepid and the preservation of Civil War-era graffiti at Historic Blenheim. She has a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from Columbia University with a concentration on materials conservation. She is a Fellow and past Chair of the Architectural Specialty Group for the American Institute for Conservation and is a Recognized Professional with the Association for Preservation Technology.


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Mary Kay Judy

Mary Kay Judy- Architectural & Cultural Heritage Conservation

Mary Kay Judy is an award winning architectural conservator and cultural heritage consultant with two decades of national and international experience. Her practice focuses on architectural conservation advisory and technical services for current and future landmarks.

Ms Judy has served as conservation consultant on several UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the United States, Europe, and India. Ms. Judy also has a specialization in the conservation of Modern architecture and has worked on several significant National Historic Landmark Modern properties.

Ms. Judy has a M.S. in Historic Preservation from Columbia University and a B.A. in Architectural History from the University of Cincinnati.


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