In October 2023, the new class of APT Recognized Professionals was announced and celebrated during the Association of Preservation Technology International Annual Conference in Seattle. We are delighted to share that our Senior Project Manager, Andrew Maziarski has been accepted into this prestigious group.
In 2018, APT and the APT College of Fellows instituted a program to recognize the expert skill level of individuals in the various fields of preservation technology with a formal recognition of achievement. An APT Recognized Professional is a person who has specialized knowledge, supported by a combination of formal training and/or work experience, in the use of preservation technology in conservation and stewardship of cultural heritage. An APT Recognized Professional conforms to accepted international technical and APT ethical standards and works in accordance with the regulations and guidelines of the person’s specialty preservation field and the appropriate jurisdiction of their practice.
Andrew joined EverGreene in 2016 as a Project Engineer and continues to rise in leadership throughout his various roles in Project Management on the EverGreene Restoration team. He is focused on the implementation of project strategy and commitments including financial goals, scheduling, logistics, phasing, safety and inspections.
Join us in congratulating Andrew for becoming an APT Recognized Professional!