Preserving important structures, landscapes and other aspects of the built environment is a key tenet of the Society's mission. One way the Society has taken a leadership role is by developing guidelines for architects and historians
who have been asked to testify about the significance of a building or landscape. As a matter of policy, the Society only becomes involved in preservation issues of national or international significance. Preservation issues of local significance should be directed to your State Historic Preservation Office
or to local preservation organizations.
Heritage Conservation Committee
Bryan Clark Green,
PhD, LEED AP BD+C, Commonwealth Architects
, University of Southern California School of Architecture
, Getty Conservation Institute
, Anthony Cohn Architect, New York
, Contract Historian, World Heritage Program, National Park Service, Office of International Affairs
David N. Fixler,
FAIA, LEED® AP, EYP/
, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.
, SAH President, University of Delaware
, SAH Executive Director