Gearing Up For The Virtual APT Conference

Every year APT International has a conference, but this year it's a little different and going virtual.

The Association for Preservation Technology (APT) is the premier cross-disciplinary organization dedicated to promoting the best technology for conserving historic structure and their settings.  The APT’s mission is to advance appropriate traditional and new technologies to care for, protect, and promote the longevity of the built environment and to cultivate the exchange of knowledge throughout the international community.

John Canning & Co. has been a long time member and participant in the APTI conferences. We are proud be be sponsor again this year and are looking forward to the same great content in this new format.

As we lead up to the October 1st start of the conference we wanted to share some thoughts from members and participants.

1 Week And Counting....

This Week's Share:

"It is an honor to work with colleagues in the preservation community that share common goals, that are curious about building materials, the state of the building, how it was constructed, why it was constructed, who designed it, that materials chose, the methodologies for the installation of those materials - craftsmanship in the end. "

— DAVID RICCIO, PRINCIPAL, JOHN CANNING & CO.

2 Weeks And Counting....

This Week's Share:

"My career in historic preservation has really been around preservation technology, the materials, and methods we get to use to preserve buildings and the Association of Preservation Technology has really led into that. "

— RON STALEY,  SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT & EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF HISTORIC PRESERVATION, THE CHRISTMAN COMPANY

3 Weeks And Counting....

This Week's Share:

"APT is a terrific resource for the dissemination of research in the field especially through its bulletin and especially with regards to technologies and materials. "

— DAVID PARKER, PRINCIPAL, DAVID SCOTT PARKER ARCHITECTS

"I am a member of APT, my company is a member of APT, and I encourage all of my design engineers to become a member of APT. The organization is wonderful for education and networking and really encouraging interdisciplinary cooperation on projects."

— AMY JAGACZEWSKI,  P.E. PRINCIPAL, GNCB

4 Weeks And Counting....

This Week's Share:

" I have been a member of APT for over 30 years. I have enjoyed the experience of sharing and promoting the best technology for conservation and preservation of historic buildings. Richard Mull past president of the National Trust Preservation expressed that preservation of our built environment is a link from the past to the present. We as members of APTI and the work we do individually and collaboratively have the responsibility to make that link from the present to the future."

— JOHN CANNING, PRINCIPAL, JOHN CANNING & CO.

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