Association for Preservation Technology - Southeast Chapter

Association for Preservation Technology - Southeast Chapter

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Looking for recommendations for preservation architects in the Augusta, GA area who might be a good fit for an exterior masonry restoration of a small early 20th Century commercial space.
Tonight we will be tuning in to the quarterly APT SE Chapter Meeting by ( Association for Preservation Technology - Southeast Chapter ) for a presentation on The Glass House, deemed "The Most Engaging Preservation Project in America"!

Click the link below to watch a short clip on The Glass House:
Good morning. A colleague and I are exploring a preservation project with Ft Frederica National Monument on St Simons Island, GA.

Basically recording extant ruins using a laser scanner and registration of the point clouds, then reverse-engineering the scan data to create two-dimensional drawings and then create three-dimensional models and rendered animation.

The next step is to use AR so that visitors can use phones or tablets to view the renderings outside at the site. Has anyone ever used or built an app that would do this and, if so, what tools did you use? Thank you in advance.
Come check us out if you are in Atlanta this Thursday!

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The Southeast Chapter of the Association for Preservation Technology (APT SE) is a nonprofit educational association promoting the exchange of ideas and knowledge concerning the conservation of historic resources and the application of preservation technology. This interdisciplinary group is intended to serve the needs of preservation enthusiasts in the Southeast United States, including but not l

Operating as usual

03/03/2022

Did you see this announcement in the latest APT Communique? The program is tonight at 6pm. Message us if you haven’t registered and would like a link.

02/28/2022

Friends, I got to visit the Bray School yesterday, and I was so enthralled that I only took this one photo. While I am annoyed with myself for failing to take more cool photos for you, let this be your cue to sign up for our next virtual meeting if you haven’t already! Jennifer Wilkoski will be speaking about this important project, and you won’t want to miss it! See you next Thursday, March 3rd, 6pm. Seriously, don’t miss it!

APT Southeast Chapter Spring 2022 Newsletter 02/15/2022

APT Southeast Chapter Spring 2022 Newsletter

Check out our latest newsletter! Send us a message if you would like to be added to the distribution list.

https://mailchi.mp/a1d4d5f1fa65/apt-southeast-chapter-summer-virtual-meeting-8980145

APT Southeast Chapter Spring 2022 Newsletter We hope everyone is continuing to stay safe and healthy! We are getting close to our Spring 2022 meeting for the Southeast Regional Chapter of APT.  We hope you all will be able to tune in for our next virtual meeting on Thursday, March 3rd at 6:00pm EST. Keep an eye on your email for the Paperless...

02/10/2022

All are invited to join our next virtual meeting on Thursday, March 3rd at 6pm EST for "Uncovering the Bray School: Architectural Investigations at Williamsburg's First School for Free and Enslaved Black Children.” Our presenter is Jennifer Wilkoski, the Shirley & Richard Roberts Architectural Historian with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. You can join the meeting individually, or from a host location with fellow members in your area. Message us if you’d like more info!

01/21/2022

Goodness knows we've been at the mercy of some wild and destructive weather patterns this winter!

If you're interested in joining preparedness and recovery efforts, please consider getting involved with APT's Disaster Response Initiative.

You can sign up for more info and get login details for the January 25 kickoff meeting here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfojxrfn4JgXudYd0p_kv-hB0KddnaXK7VZrp_TST3eaWmoLg/viewform

Photos from Association for Preservation Technology - Southeast Chapter's post 12/13/2021

Trish Smith (Drayton Hall), Craig Bennett (Bennett Preservation Engineering), and Amanda Brown(BPE) have been working closely on a project to study and strengthen the original (1740s) mahogany staircase at Drayton Hall. We’d love to see what our friends and colleagues in APTSE have been working on. Bonus points if you share your holiday sweaters too!

12/13/2021

We hope to see you at our next virtual meeting on Thursday, March 3rd at 6:00pm EST for a presentation by Jennifer Wilkoski, the Shirley and Richard Roberts Architectural Historian at Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

APT Southeast Chapter Winter 2021 Newsletter 12/13/2021

APT Southeast Chapter Winter 2021 Newsletter

https://mailchi.mp/e2057ecb1097/apt-southeast-chapter-summer-virtual-meeting-8061157

APT Southeast Chapter Winter 2021 Newsletter We’re taking a hiatus from our usual December meeting, but hope to see you at our next virtual meeting on Thursday, March 3rd at 6:00pm EST. If you feel safe doing so, you might consider gathering at a host location for social time ahead of the 6pm presentation by Jennifer Wilkoski, the Shirley an...

08/25/2021

Our fall virtual meeting is next Thursday, September 2 and we are discussing hurricane preparedness and recovery. A timely topic for our chapter! Hope you can join us, let us know if you need the link for the meeting.

APT Southeast Chapter Fall 2021 Virtual Meeting 08/25/2021

APT Southeast Chapter Fall 2021 Virtual Meeting

Check out our latest chapter newsletter!

https://mailchi.mp/44d61b4bb55e/apt-southeast-chapter-summer-virtual-meeting-8049413

APT Southeast Chapter Fall 2021 Virtual Meeting We hope everyone is continuing to stay safe and healthy.  We are getting close to our Fall 2021 meeting for the Southeast Regional Chapter of APT.  We hope you all will be able to tune in Thursday, September 2nd for this event - check your email for the Paperless Post invitation, which was just...

07/03/2021

Wishing you some chill this holiday weekend.

07/02/2021

Heads up friends! Are your preparedness and recovery plans in place? Check out APT’s Disaster Response Initiative page for resources and contacts. Link in comments.
Many thanks to @stampeding_turtle for the content we needed!

Photos from Association for Preservation Technology - Southeast Chapter's post 06/02/2021

Thursday at 6: The preservation of Charleston’s historic Unitarian Church, presented by Steve Slack and Tommy Williams of KEIM USA.

As always, our virtual gatherings are free and open to the public. Message us if you’d like info on joining this presentation.
Koozer Painting

APT Southeast Chapter Spring 2021 Virtual Meeting 02/15/2021

APT Southeast Chapter Spring 2021 Virtual Meeting

If you are not already receiving our newsletters, make sure to let us know so you're not missing out on our Chapter announcements and upcoming events!

https://mailchi.mp/e504a43909ca/apt-southeast-chapter-summer-virtual-meeting-8024137?e=[UNIQID]

APT Southeast Chapter Spring 2021 Virtual Meeting We hope everyone is safe and healthy amid this current season.  We are getting close to our Spring 2021 meeting for the Southeast Regional Chapter of APT.  We hope you all will be able to tune in Thursday, March 4th for this event - check your email for the Paperless Post invitation, which was....

12/09/2020

Our next virtual meeting is March 4 - mark your calendars!

mailchi.mp 12/09/2020

APT Southeast Chapter Newsletter - Winter 2020

If you are not already receiving our newsletters, make sure to let us know so you're not missing out on our Chapter announcements and upcoming events!

https://mailchi.mp/f8dc9e4fcfdd/apt-southeast-chapter-summer-virtual-meeting-7910609

mailchi.mp Thank you to all those who were able to join us last week for the Winter virtual meeting for the Southeast Regional Chapter of APT.  We had members tune-in from across the Southeast including, Charleston, Atlanta, Savannah, Jacksonville, Winston-Salem, Athens, New Orleans, Mississippi, and Tennesse...

11/30/2020

Join us this Thursday when @lordaecksargent presents: Stabilizing 18th Century Structures in the Virgin Islands National Park. Our free(!) virtual meeting begins at 6pm EST.

11/03/2020

January 1978: “Big job at Drayton Hall, South Carolina—stabilization of 3 plaster ceilings—2 18th century ones & 1 19th century. Most significant job for Workshop—make or break the name.” Find out what happened next, this Thursday at 5:30.

https://www.draytonhall.org/event/november-5-6-a-preservation-retrospective/

11/02/2020

Meet some of our speakers for this week’s workshop.

L to R: Susan Buck, John Matteo, Sarah Stroud Clarke, Craig Bennett, Ashley Wilson, and Richard Marks.

https://www.draytonhall.org/event/november-5-6-a-preservation-retrospective/

10/29/2020

A Preservation Retrospective: 40 Years of Tradition and Innovation at Drayton Hall-OFFICIAL TRAILER

Click below to watch the trailer for next week’s film premier.

This is our keynote presentation for the APTSE/Drayton Hall Workshop

Register at: https://www.draytonhall.org/event/november-5-6-a-preservation-retrospective/

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT: https://www.draytonhall.org/event/november-5-6-a-preservation-retrospective/

10/27/2020

Come behind the scenes with us in 9 days.

https://www.draytonhall.org/event/november-5-6-a-preservation-retrospective/

10/26/2020

Come behind the scenes with us.
APTSE/Drayton Hall Workshop
November 5-6
https://www.draytonhall.org/event/november-5-6-a-preservation-retrospective/

10/26/2020

Come behind the scenes with us.
Workshop, November 5-6.

https://www.draytonhall.org/event/november-5-6-a-preservation-retrospective/

10/22/2020

APTSE Workshop November 5 & 6
A Preservation Retrospective – 40 Years of Tradition and Innovation at Drayton Hall

Join us for this two-part workshop that looks back at 40 years of groundbreaking preservation work at Drayton Hall!

The workshop begins the evening of Nov. 5th with a virtual film debut--the first showing of a moving documentary featuring interviews with the people who have stewarded Drayton Hall for more than forty years.

The second day features live webinars and Q&A with: paint analyst and conservator Susan Buck, Ashley Wilson of the NTHP, Craig Bennett of Bennett Preservation Engineering, John Matteo of 1200 AE, Richard "Moby" Marks of Richard Marks Restorations, and more!

You may register for workshop events a la carte at: https://www.draytonhall.org/event/november-5-6-a-preservation-retrospective/

ncptt.nps.gov 04/24/2020

NCPTT | COVID-19 Basics: Re-Entry to Cultural Sites

Sorry this page has been so quiet for a few weeks. We’ve been busy navigating all the things, just like you!

If you haven’t seen this already, NCPTT has been generating very helpful content about disinfecting cultural resources and re-entering cultural heritage sites.

ncptt.nps.gov COVID-19 Basics: Re-Entry to Cultural Sites Posted by Mary Striegel On April 6, 2020 · In Covid-19, Materials Conservation, Videos Good afternoon. My name is Mary Striegel, and I’m a Conservation Scientist with the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training. This is the third Facebo...

03/05/2020

Right now across the Southeast, preservation professionals are gathered in rooms like this to socialize and hear a fascinating discussion of the @menokinfoundation Glass House Project. We do this every three months. You should join us!

03/05/2020

Hey, remember last Fall when we were really jazzed about Sam McKelvey’s presentation on Menokin and then a hurricane ruined it?! Well, it’s finally time. Thursday the 5th at 5:30, join our virtual meeting from any host location to hear this much-anticipated program. Don’t know how? Send us a DM and we’ll get you all set up.

11/23/2019

It’s the last day of the conference and our notebooks are full of new insights! Some particularly poignant and timely conversations came out of a plenary yesterday on giving voice and agency to diverse publics in preservation practice, and this morning in a roundtable on disaster planning and mitigation for cultural heritage sites. We enjoyed catching up with fellow members at the chapters breakfast this morning and are more energized than ever to grow our chapter! On that front, did you know that our chapter includes nine southern states, the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico? If you have friends or associates in our region who aren’t involved with the chapter, please encourage them to join!

11/21/2019

Stellar keynote by Gustavo Araoz tonight and particularly poignant for many of us in the @aptsechapter

11/18/2019

We know your calendar is smoking right now with all the upcoming parties, travel, meetings, ugly sweater try-ons...but you’ll want to add our virtual meeting on December 5th at 5:30. Jack Pyburn and David Steele will be telling us about their work with the Birmingham National Civil Rights Monument. We hope to see you all at this virtual meeting! Bonus points if you’re wearing a festive (read: hideous) sweater! Don’t know how to join the virtual meeting? DM us for info.

09/03/2019

Due to impacts from Hurricane Dorian, we are canceling our Thursday virtual meeting. Everyone stay safe out there, and we’ll be in touch about rescheduling soon!

08/17/2019

It’s a rainy day for many of you in and for the rest of you it’s probably too hot to go out, right? Perfect opportunity to enjoy our favorite books! Help your fellow preservation professionals out and drop some recommendations below! (Thank you Ed Chappell for recommending this one!)

08/13/2019

Hey, APT Southeast! If you’re on our mailing list you know that our next virtual meeting is September 5th and we’ll be hearing from Sam McKelvey about “The Glass House Project” at Francis Lightfoot Lee’s 1769 Menokin. We hope you’ll meet up with friends and colleagues at a host location near you or call in from your home or office. You can DM us for more details!

08/12/2019

It’s at Drayton Hall where we’re characterizing aggregates in historic mortars for research on chimney stacks that survive around the property. In the process we’re learning more about the African American community at Drayton Hall in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. What are you working on this week?

06/21/2019

Happy first day of summer! We hope you’re keeping to the shade like this extraordinary house! Welcome to Hutchinson House, the c. 1885 home of Henry and Rosa Swinton Hutchinson. Hutchinson’s father, James, was enslaved until he won his freedom fighting for the Union Navy in the Civil War. James prospered following the war, purchasing several tracts of land on Edisto Island, but was murdered in 1882. His son Henry also prospered in the Reconstruction era and built this house around the time of his marriage to Rosa Swinton. Their descendants lived in the house until the 1980s and retained ownership of the property until 2016, when they sold the house to the Edisto Island Open Land Trust. John Girault, the organization’s executive director, has worked with numerous preservation organizations to chart a course for this important site, beginning with its stabilization. Interior and exterior framing support the structure while a massive tent protects it from the elements. With the exception of hurricanes, of course. We asked John about that during a recent visit. “We have to take the cover down,” he said, “or run the risk of it pulling the whole house over.” John and his team have made great strides for the property, but he admits that building preservation isn’t his thing and welcomes input from members. If you’d like to see how you can help, drop a comment or DM us!

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Come behind the scenes with us.Workshop, November 5-6.https://www.draytonhall.org/event/november-5-6-a-preservation-retr...
Come behind the scenes with us.APTSE/Drayton Hall WorkshopNovember 5-6https://www.draytonhall.org/event/november-5-6-a-p...

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General information

Since the Southeast Chapter’s large geography makes it difficult to gain traction with in-person chapter meetings, we have "host" locations throughout the southeast and virtually connect via GoToMeeting. We have four virtual meetings throughout the year (the first Thursday of June, September, December and March) and then gather as one large group at the annual APT conference.

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