Annabelle C. Radcliffe-Trenner, AIA

Annabelle C. Radcliffe-Trenner, AIA

    Annabelle Radcliffe-Trenner founded Historic Building Architects, an award-winning firm specializing in historic public buildings, in 1994. She was trained as a preservation architect in Scotland and at ICCROM in Rome. Her firm uses innovative technology, and material and NDE science, to supplement visual understanding and planning for preserving buildings. Radcliffe-Trenner is a certified FAA pilot for Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems to survey and document buildings. Eager to educate, she lectures and has been interviewed on preservation issues by NPR and NJ; and by NBC and Fox Business News following the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral. Projects include: Bayada Home Healthcare Headquarters, Moorestown NJ, which received awards from AIA-NJ, Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia, NJ HPO, and Preservation NJ; and Constitution Island at West Point, NY; and in NJ: Batsto Mansion, Wharton State Park, MAST Naval Science Building at Sandy Hook, and the Museum of Early Trades and Crafts, in Madison.

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    Session Title: New Technologies for Preservation Architecture
    Educational Track: Innovation
    Session Code: FR0719
    Date: Friday, October 18, 2019
    Time: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
    LU/HSW: 1.5 LUs/HSW