Christine Ussler has 25 years experience in restoration of historic buildings and adaptive reuse of existing buildings. She has been involved with restoration, planning and adaptive reuse of many projects including, Riverport, Union Station, Illick’s Mill, and Ambre Studio in Bethlehem, and the historic Armstrong House at Cheney University. She is also the historical consultant for the Cities of Bethlehem (25 years), Easton (5 years), Reading (2 year), Borough of Norristown (1 year), Borough of Bath (8 years), and more recently, for the City of Allentown.
Lucienne Di Biase Dooley, is responsible for the project development and sustainable strategies for all the firm projects. She evaluates project needs and budget requirements to provide the most effective and financially viable sustainable solutions. She coordinates work between the project Owner, consultants, and Artefact. She is the project manager for the building assessment and restoration of the Historic Northampton County Courthouse. She is directing the master plan development for the Working Tree Center in Allentown, PA, and is the project manager for the Turn and Grind/SteelStacks Hall project in Bethlehem, PA.