Artefact was awarded the 2012 AIA Eastern Pennsylvania Award of Merit for Private Residence in Northampton County, PA. To view the gallery for this project, click here.
2012 – Christine Ussler attended the Association for Preservation Technology International (ATP) 2012 Conference in Charleston, NC. With John Harry she presented “Charles McKim and Transitional Building Techniques: Or…Why is our Tower Leaking?” For more information about the conference, click here.
2011 – Artefact received a Special Citation from the AIA Eastern Pennsylvania 2011 Design Awards for the Northampton County Courthouse Window Restoration and Exterior Repairs. For more information about the award, click here.
2011 – Christine Ussler and Lucienne Di Biase Dooley attended the 2011 World Architecture Festival (WAF) in Barcelona, November 2-4.
2011 – Christine Ussler and Lucienne Di Biase Dooley attended the Green Historic Communities Symposium in Wilmington, Delaware. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA or the Agency) convened the Symposium on “Greening Historic Communities: What Works, What Doesn’t, and What Should Change?” on June 15 to 16, 2011. For more information about the symposium, click [...]
2011 – Christine Ussler is selected as the City of Allentown Historical Architectural Review Board Consultant. The Allentown Architectural Review Board (HARB) is “a public body created by the Historic District Ordinance, its members are volunteers appointed by City Council. The Board reviews proposed new construction, demolitions, and exterior alterations to structures within the historic [...]
2010 – Christine Ussler received the Albert W. Leh Award in recognition of over 25 years of working in Historic Preservation.
2009 – Christine Ussler and Lucienne Di Biase Dooley were invited speakers at the Lehigh Valley Green Builders Forum.
2009 – Artefact, Inc. designed the exhibition “Lehigh Valley Going Green” at the Allentown Art Museum. To view current exhibitions at the Allentown Art Museum, click here.
2009 – Christine Ussler was selected to be the City of Reading Historical Architectural Review Board Consultant. The Historical Architectural Review Board (HARB) is “an advisory group committed to preserving key historic architectural features and character within the Historic Districts of Reading. To protect the historic features, the HARB must approve proposed changes to properties or [...]