Preservation Technology Associates, LLC
is a small woman-owned firm that has, since 1978, specialized in providing consulting in the areas of historic building materials conservation and historic preservation. Our work is almost exclusively on historic buildings listed on the National Register or National Historic Landmarks.

Our areas of expertise include masonry conservation, stone materials - including limestone, sandstone, granite, brownstone and slate, historic roof restoration and replacement, historic metals restoration, paint color analysis and plaster restoration. We have consulted extensively to owners and architects including Federal, City and Town governments, leading libraries and universities and museums.

Our projects for MIT have included Senior House, W1 (Old Ashdown), Dryfuss Chemistry (W18) and Walker Memorial. Harvard University work includes Memorial Hall Tower restoration, Biological Laboratories, Hasty Pudding Club, University Hall, Lowell Lecture Hall, Austin Hall, Hollis and Stoughton Halls, Weld Hall, Matthews Hall, Massachusetts Hall and Baker Library. Additional university clients include Yale, Wesleyan, U.S. Naval Academy, Union College, Boston College, Wellesley College, Smith College, University of Virginia, Duke University, University of Vermont, Emerson College, Berklee College of Music, Emerson College, Middlesex Community College, University of Massachusetts (Dartmouth) and Suffolk University. We have served as preservation consultant for the Massachusetts State House, the Old State House, Faneuil Hall, Touro Synagogue and the Boston Public Library. Courthouse work has included the Federal Courthouses in San Juan, Worcester and Portland as well as the Taunton, John Jay (Boston), Franklin County and Durfee (Fall River) courthouses in Massachusetts.

Preservation Technology clients include numerous churches, private secondary schools, libraries, town halls, as well as residential and commercial projects.

285 Reservoir Road
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
fax 617-277-3389