Effective January 1st, Bryan Fisher, GWWO Associate and Historic Preservation Specialist, assumed the role of President of the Association for Preservation Technology’s DC Chapter Board of Directors.
The APT is a multi-disciplinary membership organization dedicated to promoting the best technology for preserving historic structures and their settings. Bryan has been involved in the organization since 2013, has served on the Board since 2015, and served as Vice President in 2018. As President, Bryan will be responsible for facilitating monthly planning meetings, overseeing chapter events, board decisions, and committee operations, and coordinating local chapter involvement with APT International organizational initiatives.
Throughout his career, Bryan has actively participated in the preservation community and has contributed to many historic preservation, restoration, and rehabilitation projects including current work on the rehabilitation of the George Washington Memorial Parkway’s Arlington House and the rehabilitation of the First State National Historical Park’s Historic Sheriff’s House. He has also worked with many notable clients including the Smithsonian Institution, Maryland Historical Society, U.S. Capitol, National Archives, and many parks within the National Park Service including Shenandoah National Park, Petersburg National Battlefield, Eisenhower National Historic Site, Gettysburg National Military Park, Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site, Hampton National Historic Site, and many more.