John Evans

John Evans
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  • Part-Time Faculty, Historic Preservation
  • Academic Credentials: BS History & Policy, Carnegie Mellon University; MS Historic Preservation (a.b.t.); University of Pennsylvania
  • Office: Tyler PUB
    Phone: (215) 968-8286 Ext: 8286
  • Home Page: http://

Courses Taught

  • HIST205: Restoration Workshop
  • HIST206: Restoration Workshop II


John Evans is a designer and project coordinator at Preservation Design Partnership, LLC, in Philadelphia, PA. Prior to joining PDP, he worked as a preservation specialist at RMJM/Hillier Architecture – an international architectural design firm – and as an Architectural Conservator at the Fairmount Park Historic Preservation Trust. As a designer, John has worked on several National Historic Landmarks, including the Virignia State Capitol (designed by Thomas Jefferson), President Lincoln’s Cottage, and the United States Supreme Court Building. He specializes in the application of new technology and documentation techniques to preservation architecture. This includes the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM), Geographic Information System (GIS), orthophotography, and non-destructive testing. John also focuses on the integration of sustainability and preservation architecture.

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