Paul has over thirty years experience in historic preservation, construction and engineering. He has worked as a mechanical design engineer, construction project manager, historic preservationist and owner’s representative. Paul has worked on a wide variety of projects, specializing in historic renovation and rehabilitation projects, but also working on multiple non-profit, museum, educational, health care, food service, and manufacturing projects. As a LEED accredited professional, Paul has incorporated environmental and energy awareness into all projects, and has worked with many energy consultants and envelope specialists to find unique solutions to design challenges, particularly with historic buildings.
Paul has lectured and presented at numerous conferences and universities, including for the Mid Atlantic Museum Association, the Vermont Historic Preservation Conference, and Half Moon Seminars. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of Vermont in the historic preservation master’s program and has volunteered on several non-profit boards, including the Preservation Trust of Vermont, Habitat for Humanity and the Town Hall Theater. Paul curently serves on the Vermont Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.