Brian Hogg, Senior Historic Preservation Planner
Brian Hogg has primary responsibilities for the development of guidelines for the restoration and upkeep of the Academical Village and all of the historic facilities, as well as oversight of all historic structure reports and capital projects associated with adaptive reuse of historic buildings. He has a BA in Art History and French from the University of Virginia and an MS in Historic Preservation from Columbia University. He was a member of the regulatory staff of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission for 17 years, finishing as Director of Preservation. At the LPC, he was responsible for a wide range of projects, including new construction or building additions designed by Aldo Rossi, Polshek Partnership, Norman Foster, Renzo Piano, and Jean Nouvel. He is currently participating in the conversion of Rugby Faculty Apartments into offices, the renovation of Garrett Hall for the Batten School, and the restoration of the exterior of Pavilion X. His experience with restoration, adaptive reuse and new construction in historic contexts is an asset to the University as it continues to grow.