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Greta E. flothmeier, Ra

Greta E. Flothmeier joined PDP in July 2012 as project coordinator. Prior to joining PDP, Greta completed her studies toward her MA at the Centre for Conservation Studies at the University of York, United Kingdom. While studying in York, she furthered her professional architectural experience through an internship with Groves-Raines Architects in Edinburgh, developing her understanding of historic buildings and the conservation of architectural features. As part of her architectural design degree at Cornell University in 2008, she pursued her interest in historic architecture by participating in archaeological excavations in Rome and Ireland. Her final design thesis investigated the President's House excavation in Philadelphia.

Upon graduation from Cornell, she joined the Preservation Design Studio at HillierARCHITECTURE/RMJM. While there, Greta surveyed and documented the exterior masonry of Yale University Payne Whitney Gymnasium and Franklin & Marshall Old Main Tower Restoration. She also surveyed and participated in the design of an improved anchoring system for the existing terra-cotta cornice at William J. Nealon Federal Building and Courthouse.

Since joining PDP, Greta has collaborated in the condition assessment of the Roxboro House and the Master Plan for the Virginia School for the Deaf & Blind. In addition to her involvement in individual projects, she will play a critical role in the coordination of technology and documentation techniques applied to preservation projects at PDP.