SUPERSTRUCTURES congratulates Associate Principal Lorie Riddle, RA for becoming a Recognized Professional of the Association for Preservation Technology (APT).
The APT’s Professional Recognition program acknowledges the expertise of individuals in the various fields of preservation technology with a formal designation of achievement. These professionals have specialized knowledge, through formal training and/or work experience, in the use of preservation technology in conservation and stewardship of cultural heritage.
Lorie’s accomplishments make her a natural choice for the APT’s professional recognition. She holds a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. She’s a New York State Registered Architect and Qualified Exterior Wall Inspector (QEWI) in New York City.
Over her 24-year tenure with SUPERSTRUCTURES, Lorie and her studio have conducted restoration projects for the monuments of Battery Park, Westinghouse High School, the Tweed Courthouse, Columbia University’s Low Library, BAM, and the Brooklyn Public Library Central Branch, among others. Her work has earned several Lucy G. Moses Awards from the New York Landmarks Conservancy. As you read this, Lorie’s likely on a platform lift inspecting the facade of the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House, one of her studio’s current restoration projects.
Thanks to the APT for promoting preservation best practices and for supporting the outstanding work of professionals like Lorie.
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