We are pleased to welcome James B. Lindberg to the 2018 conference to deliver the Richard A. Grills Keynote Address in Historic Preservation. Lindberg is Vice President of Research and Policy at the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Through his leadership of the Trust’s Preservation Green Lab and the ReUrbanism initiative for cities, he seeks innovative ways to encourage building reuse and create more vibrant, equitable, and resilient communities.
Jim has more than 25 years of experience in historic preservation, planning, and sustainable development. He has led a range of nationally recognized preservation and sustainable development projects for the National Trust, including the adaptive use of a former dude ranch in Rocky Mountain National Park and the green rehabilitation of a historic school in Denver. Jim is the author of numerous reports, articles, and books on architecture, planning, and preservation and is a lecturer in the College of Architecture and Planning at the University of Colorado Denver.
Lindberg’s keynote address is made possible through a generous grant from the Southeastern New England Educational and Charitable Foundation.