APT Accepting Abstract Submissions


Submissions for the APT Buffalo Niagara Conference paper presentations and APT Student Scholar abstracts/applications are now being accepted online. Submissions for both are due Monday March 5

Share your insight and cutting-edge ideas
Our audience of industry professionals and craftspeople are committed to maintain, conserve and protect historic structures and sites for future use and appreciation. The paper sessions are a key component in sharing ideas, insights and expanding the dialogue of this important work.

APT Publication
All papers presented will be considered for publication in post-Conference issue of the APT Bulletin. APT reserves the right to publish all accepted abstracts on its websites and with conference registration materials.

Save on Registration
In addition to all of the intellectual and social benefits of attending the world’s premier preservation technologies gathering, you’ll enjoy a reduced registration rate as a speaker (or a full scholarship for Student Scholars).

The four tracks that will explore this year’s theme are:


1. Decline vs. revival: tempering the impulse to tear down and start over

2. Materials over time: points of change 

3. For power or for passage: re-envisioning historic industrial and transportation infrastructure

4. This new world: preservation technology and emerging issues within our historic buildings and built landscapes


See more information on the tracks by scrolling down on this page.
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