Greg Rutledge, architect and principal, has helped position the firm as a leader in historic preservation. His knowledge of architectural history and preservation technology serve him well in this role, whether it is renovating a national landmark or teaching clients how to care for and adapt historic buildings. He particularly enjoys projects with the potential to revitalize communities. His experience encompasses a broad range of duties and responsibilities, including project management; architectural planning, design and documentation; and preservation and cultural resource management plans. Greg is an active member of the Association for Preservation Technology International and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and is currently serving on the Architectural Review Board for Norfolk, Virginia.
- Bachelor of Architecture, University of Tennessee
- Preservation Award, AIA Virginia
"As a preservation architect, I feel the most successful restorations are the ones where the impact of what you did isn't obvious. Having the big picture reveal itself is very rewarding and inspiring."