APT DC ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Washington Chapter of the Association for Preservation Technology (APT DC) congratulates the 2017 winners of the Emerging Professionals Sponsorship Program (EPSP). Each year two emerging professionals are selected to receive stipends to attend either the International Preservation Trades Network (IPTN) Workshop or the annual Association for Preservation Technology (APTI) conference. The 2017 APT DC Emerging Professionals are Naomi Doddington and Moira Nadal.
Naomi Doddington completed her Master of Science in Historic Preservation through the joint program at Clemson University and the College of Charleston in May 2016. Shortly after graduation she began working for the Washington Office of the National Park Service as an architect in the Historic American Buildings Survey division. She is now a Project Engineer at Consigli Construction. Ms. Doddington will be attending the IPTN Workshop, Makin’ It By Hand, September 8-10 in Detroit.
Moira Nadal graduated from University of Pennsylvania School of Design in December 2013, also with a Master of Science in Historic Preservation. She works at the National Trust for Historic Preservation where she is manager of their easement program. Ms. Nadal will be attending the APTI conference, Capitalizing on Heritage, October 11-14 in Ottawa.
APT DC is a not-for-profit educational association serving preservation professionals in the greater Washington, DC metro area. The chapter promotes the exchange of ideas and knowledge concerning the conservation of historic resources through tours, lectures, workshops, and symposia. The Emerging Professionals Sponsorship Program is paid for through the APT DC Founders Fund which is funded by money raised from the annual Silent Auction, fees paid for AIA continuing education credits and member donations. Donations can be made using the Donate tab and are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Please follow links for more information on the Emerging Professionals Sponsorship Program including past recipients and eligibility criteria, the Founders Fund and APT DC.
Each year at the annual Summer Member Picnic, the Association for Preservation Technology DC Chapter recognizes volunteer members who have gone above and beyond in their contributions to the chapter. This summer the APT DC Board was pleased to honor Greta Wilhelm, Sara Johnson, Lindsay McCook, Naomi Doddington, Kara Johnston, and Kim Daileader as our award recipients. Please join us in celebrating the accomplishments of these local leaders!
2017 Key Volunteer Award: Sara Johnson, United Building Restoration Envelope; Lindsay McCook, GWWO Architects; Naomi Doddington, National Park Service; Kara Johnston, Davis Buckley Architects & Planners; and Kim Daileader, Traceries, Inc.
Established in 2013, the Key Volunteer Award recognizes outstanding chapter volunteers for their commitment and service. This year, our APT DC Committee Chairs were recognized for their many hours dedicated to planning and implementing our community programs! A big round of applause to Sara Johnson, Communications Committee Co-Chair; Lindsay McCook and Naomi Doddington, Events Committee Co-Chairs; and Kara Johnston and Kim Daileader, Marketing Committee Co-Chairs.
2017 Outstanding Service Award: Greta Wilhelm, The Christman Company
Established in 2014, the Outstanding Service Award recognizes longstanding chapter volunteers for their extensive terms of commitment and service to the chapter. Greta was selected as the recipient of this award after her many years of service as an APT DC Board member and former Chapter President. Greta has continued her commitment to APTI as a Co-Chair for the APTI Chapters Committee. Thank you Greta for your ongoing support of APT!
Would you like to volunteer with APT DC? Check out our Volunteer page for the various ways you can get involved!
All presentations from the APT DC 2017 Symposium, Energy Efficiency of Historic Sites, have now been posted to the website. Click here to view and download presentations.
If you attended the symposium, please take a 5 minute survey to provide feedback on the event. Click here to begin the survey.
This year, the summer picnic will be held in partnership with the Latrobe Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians on Saturday, June 17th from 10 -3 PM at the historic Clermont Farm in Berryville, Virginia! More information to come!
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Congratulations to APT DC Member Randall J. Biallis, AIA, Hon ASLA, for his induction into the APTI College of Fellows at APT 2016 San Antonio! The College of Fellows is a forum of leaders in the preservation field who have made significant commitments to APT to investigate and advocate future needs and trends in the preservation profession. There are currently 69 members, and new members are inducted each year.
Randy has been involved in historic preservation since the beginning of the efforts to professionalize the movement in this country and currently serves as the longest tenured NPS Chief Historical Architect (25 years) and Program Manager for the Park Historic Structures and Cultural Landscape Program. Randy has been a behind-the-scenes leader always pushing the limits in advancing new preservation technologies and programs.
Randy was mentored by the famed National Park Service Historical Architect Charles E. Peterson (founding member and first President of APT) who personally invited him to become a member in 1969. This began Randy’s involvement over the next 47 years with APT, the Washington Chapter of APT and later the US National Park Service’s partnerships with both APT and the AIA’s Historic Resources Committee.
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