Historic Preservation and Adaptive Reuse – new uses for timeless classics
Seattle is a city that respects and protects its history, resulting in creative uses for its iconic buildings. From maintaining the existing facade and erecting new structures just behind them, now fashionably referred to as “facadectomies”, to expanding or reusing historic buildings, adaptive reuse helps to maintain a sense of history and character in a neighborhood. Join us as we highlight three recent projects that embraced landmark preservation and adaptive reuse: The State Hotel, McMenamin’s Elk Temple, and Seattle Asian Art Museum.
Our panel has worked on adaptive reuse projects as architects, structural engineers, owner’s reps, and developers.
- Moderator - Melissa Teichman, OAC Services
- Marie Ternes, P.E., S.E., Coughlin Porter Lundeen, Inc.
- Pamela Trevithick, AIA, NCARB, LEED, GA, LMN Architects
- Patrick Foley, Lake Union Partners
Learn more about their unique perspectives and challenges at the March CREW Seattle Luncheon “Historic Preservation and Adaptive Reuse – New Uses for Timeless Classics.”
Senior Director, OAC Services
Pamela Trevithick, AIA, NCARB, LEED, GA
Principal, LMN Architects
Co-Founder and Principal, Lake Union Partners
Marie Ternes, P.E., S.E.
Structural Project Engineer, Coughlin Porter Lundeen, Inc.
Thursday, June 11, 2020
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Members and Nonmembers - No Charge