Stephen J Kelley, Inc.
Stephen J. Kelley, FAIA, SE, FAPT has devoted his architecture and engineering skills to the preservation of our built cultural heritage. With 35 years of experience, his projects range from small to immense, simple to sophisticated and cover a wide range of building materials and systems. His projects are located throughout the United States, but he has also worked on significant projects internationally. He has managed state-of-the-art multidisciplinary teams that were designed to meet the demand of each project.
Kelley has significant experience on disaster response spanning back to the Mississippi River basin floods of 1993. He has led or taken part in the following post-disaster assessments: Kathmandu, Nepal following the 2015 Gourka Earthquake; Wangdue Phodrang Dzong Wangdi, Bhutan following the 2013 fire; Philippines following the 2013 Typhoon Haiyun and 2013 Bohol Earthquake; New York and New Jersey following the 2012 Hurricane Sandy; Port-au-Prince following the 2010 Haiti Earthquake; Bhutan following the 2009 Bhutan Earthquake; the Gulf Coast following the 2005 Hurricane Katrina; Macedonia Shaketable Project in Skopje from 1997-2000; and numerous fire, wind and tornado damage assessments in the USA from 1985-2014.
He has published widely on various aspects of preservation and has been an adjunct professor in the Columbia University (NY) Graduate Program (21015-2016) and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago Historic Preservation Program (2007-2011). He is a UNESCO Tangible Heritage Expert and is Secretary General of the International Scientific Committee on the Analysis and Restoration of Structures of Architectural Heritage (ISCARSAH).
Wednesday, November 20
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Thursday, November 21
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM