Associate Conservator, Building Conservation Associates, Inc.
Kevin Wohlgemuth is an Associate Conservator for Building Conservation Associates (BCA) in Washington, DC. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate Program in Historic Preservation, he has worked as an architectural conservator in private practice since 2014. Kevin’s responsibilities on projects at BCA include project management, archival research, site recording, laboratory analysis, treatment testing and development of treatment recommendations, preparation of construction documents, and construction administration. Kevin’s background is in archaeology and archaeological object conservation. He earned an M.A. in Classical Archaeology from Florida State University and worked in multiple objects conservation labs around the world prior to focusing on architectural conservation. His professional interests include the application of emerging technologies to the field of conservation. He has experimented with the use of drone technology for documentation purposes and is currently exploring the use of HBIM as a documentation tool, for which he presented at last year’s annual APTI conference.