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Ad Ag Ar

(Member of the Board of Advisors). Architect and architectural preservationist conservator. Received his professional education at Georgetown University (Master of Arts in Latin American Studies, 1976, with continuing work towards a Ph.D. degree), the National Institute of Anthropology and History at Churubusco, Mexico (Certificate in Restoration of Monuments and Sites,1973), and . the Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.,  (Bachelor of Architecture, 1971). Principal in the Finn of Schmuecker/Araoz Architects in Bethesda, Maryland. Has twenty years’ experience in architectural practice, specializing in cultural resources planning and management, materials conservation, and the consolidation, restoration, rehabilitation, and adaptive reuse of historic buildings and sites, lectured and published extensively on his area of expertise, and has received distinguished awards for his work such as the AJA Preservation Prize. Has consulted for numerous national and international organizations including the Organization of American States, the Puerto Rican Institute of Culture, the US National Park Service, the US Information Agency, UNESCO, and the International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS). 1-fember of the US National Committee of ICOMOS (Treasurer, member of the Executive Board, of the Board of Trustees, and of various other special committees), the American Institute of Architects (member of the National Historic Resources and other committees), the National Trust for Historic Preservation, APOYO (the Latin American Preservation and Conservation Support Network), and the Architectural Conservation Advisory Board of the Getty Grant Program, Santa Monica, Calif Native of Cuba.

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