Northwest Texas Historic Preservation Panel Discussion

APA Texas Chapter

#9159059

Friday, September 28, 2018
1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. CDT

Abilene, TX, United States

CM | 2.50

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Overview

 

 

Sponsored/put together by the Northwest Section.

 

Texas cities often struggle with knowing how to best promote historic preservation.  The topic can be controversial, but can also help shape a unique and memorable community.  In this session, a panel of experts on historic preservation will answer key questions that touch on educating others, using design standards, creating effective possible ordinances, dealing with emerging new building materials, creating collaborative partnerships, aiding historic preservation boards, and the economics of preservation.  The session will end with time for Q&A from the audience.

 

 

Speakers

AJ Fawver, AICP

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Madeline Clites

Madeline Clites, Certified Local Government Coordinator, Texas Historical Commission As the State Coordinator for the Certified Local Government Program in Texas, Madeline assists local communities develop and enhance effective local preservation programs to save significant historic resources. Madeline joined the Texas Historical Commission in 2014 as the Program Specialist for ... Read More

Larry Abrigg

Larry Abrigg, former Historic Preservation Officer, Planner, & Consultant Larry Abrigg has extensive experience in historic preservation both as a planner and as a consultant. He is the 2007 winner of the Maxine Perini Award, recognizing outstanding service to Taylor County, Texas, in the preservation of its history. He worked at ... Read More

Jim Doche

Jim Doche, Consulting Architect, McCartt & Associates Jim Doche, FAIA, was a founding partner of Wilson/Doche Architects, Inc. (presently WD Architects) in 1971. Throughout his professional career, Doche has played an active role in the architectural design community as well as the political community. He has contributed to most of WD Architect's major projects through direct design involvement or in an oversight review capacity. His experience includes project programming and design; and, project management and construction observation. In 2011 while both partners were considering retirement, they merged their firm with Parkhill Smith & Cooper. Doche retired from PSC in 2014. After a two year lull he became a Consulting Architect with McCartt & Associates (a Commercial Real ... Read More

Evan Thompson

Evan Thompson, Executive Director, Preservation Texas Evan Thompson is the executive director of Preservation Texas. Prior to joining PT in 2014, he served for four years as executive director of the Preservation Society of Charleston (2010-2014) and served for six years as executive director of Historic Beaufort Foundation (2004-2010), both ... Read More

Matt Suynatschk

Matt Synatschk, former Historic Planner, City of Georgetown & Development Manager for Matkin Hoover. Matt Synatschk serves as the development manager for Matkin Hoover Engineering and Survey. His primary role is project management and interfacing with local governments and other regulatory entities to process development applications. Matt previously worked as the ... Read More

Contact Info

Barbara Holly, rholly@spamarrest.com