Pamela Jerome, AIA, LEED AP, FAPT, FUS/ICOMOS, President

 
Preservation is not only about restoring historic monuments, but also about recycling durable buildings; even contemporary structures can have their exterior envelope performance enhanced. The character of our urban areas, landscape, and society is defined by what we save, giving us a sense of place as well as the continuity of history. At the same time, preservation is about managing change. Historic buildings are the backdrop for the new structures we create

With over 30 years’ experience as a preservation architect, Pamela Jerome, AIA, LEED AP, FAPT is President of Architectural Preservation Studio, PC, which she joined in 1986. She is also an Adjunct Associate Professor of the Historic Preservation program at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation where she has taught since 1995. Since 2004, she also teaches professional seminars at NYU’s School of Continuing and Professional Education. Ms. Jerome is very involved with international NGOs, including ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) where she sits on the Board, is a Scientific Council Officer and an expert member of three International Scientific Committees; APT (Association for Preservation Technology) as the US/ICOMOS liaison to that Board and as a member of the College of Fellows; and Global Heritage Fund as a member of its Senior Advisory Board. She is a Peer Professional for preservation for GSA’s Design Excellence program. Her expertise is in masonry conservation and waterproofing, with a particular emphasis on Modernism, earthen architecture, archaeological-site preservation and cultural-site management. She is widely published and recognized as an international expert in cultural heritage. She has consulted on cultural property conservation in the US, Mediterranean, Black Sea, and Middle East.

  • M Sc Historic Preservation, Columbia University, New York, NY, 1991
  • B Arch Architectural Engineering, National Technical University, Athens, Greece, 1979

 

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