Marcel Quimby, FAIA, Noted Preservation Architect to Speak at the Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society Education Meeting
Marcel Quimby, FAIA, principal of Quimby Preservation Studio, will be the featured speaker at the Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society’s (PCHPS) Education Meeting on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. CST. It will be a live streaming virtual event.
Quimby is a preservation architect, specializing in the areas of preservation architecture and planning. She is committed to the restoration and adaptive use of historic buildings, structures and communities and has led the restoration of both large and small projects, ranging in scale from historic log cabins to the Hall of State in Fair Park, a National Historic Landmark and Texas State Antiquities Landmark. Many of her projects have been recognized with local and state preservation awards.
Her work has benefitted from her recognition that each historic building is unique, and its history and construction must be fully understood to determine its condition and preservation needs. Her investigative skills and talents in determining appropriate treatment allows the building’s unique character and feature to be given new life, often including accommodating new systems and appropriate modifications.
The event is open to PCHPS members only. Polly McKeithen and Jana Paul, PCHPS co-presidents, invite you to join today at www.pchps.org and take advantage of benefits like this education meeting and much more!
Membership in PCHPS is open to the public. Become a member and help preserve and celebrate all the attributes that make the Park Cities an incomparable community from an aesthetic, educational, and personal perspective and to support the mission to preserve and promote the history, architecture, aesthetics and cultural traditions of the Park Cities. Varying levels of membership are available with different benefits at each level.
Visit www.pchps.org for more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (214) 528 -0021.
(Sharon Adams, Adams Communications Public Relations, is honored to represent the Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society.)