Profile

Ms. Deborah Rehn, AIA

Architect,
National Park Service

Contact Details

National Park Service
Atlanta, GA

Education

Columbia University
New York, New York, United States
M.S. Historic Preservation, 1992
Conservation Science
1990 To 1992
Dissertation: Managing the Scientific Conservation Process: Theory and Practice
Advisor: Martin Weaver

Washington University
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
B.A. Architecture, 1983
Design
1980 To 1983

Job History

National Park Service
Project Manager (Architect)
Atlanta, GA, United States
December 1992 - present

Schopfer Architects
Intern Architect
Syracuse, NY, United States
September 1987 - April 1990

J Robert Green, Architect
Intern Architect
Clayton, MO, United States
June 1986 - August 1987

Mackey & Associates
Intern Architect
St. Louis, MO, United States
January 1984 - April 1986

Specialties

  • Construction Procurement
  • Design-Build
  • Existing Facilities Surveys
  • Facility Management
  • Historic Preservation
  • Materials Research / Specifications
  • Project Administration
  • Supplemental Documentation
  • Value Analysis

Affiliations

  • International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS)
  • Project Management Institute (PMI)
  • Preservation Forum (NTHP)

Interests

  • Design, Cultural History, Traveling, Dancing