APT’s MISSION is to advance appropriate traditional and new technologies to care for, protect, and promote the longevity of the built environment and to cultivate the exchange of knowledge throughout the international community.

APT NT 2020 Conference


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Renewal for the upcoming July 2020 – June 2021 membership period is now open!. Please take advantage of this extended renewal period to renew prior to the end of the current membership year on June 30th.  Prevent your membership benefits from lapsing by renewing today. Renew Today!

This year we are offering a gift membership and matched donation opportunity so you can give a colleague, friend or mentee the gift of APT membership. Make a tax donation to APT for a non-member to join as a Student, Young Professional, Full or Retired member and your donation will be matched by an anonymous donor. Take advantage of this opportunity to introduce a colleague to APT and have your donation doubled!  Click here for additional details.

The Benefits of Membership

The Association for Preservation Technology is the premier cross-disciplinary organization dedicated to promoting the best technology for conserving historic structures and their settings. Founded in 1968 as a joint venture among Canadian and United States preservationists, APT now has members in more than 30 countries.

As an APT member you will have the benefit of the following plus more:

 

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APT - National Trust Joint Conference Update

Rather than postpone or cancel the upcoming joint conference in Edmonton, Hindsight 2020: Conservation, Disruption, and the Future of Heritage, we are pleased to announce that we have begun planning virtual conference sessions for October 2020.

We are excited about taking the next steps to build a strong virtual conference upon the foundation that has already been developed by our conference team and local committee. A conference with a rich virtual presence opens up tremendous opportunities to deliver compelling online experiences, and to provide our membership with additional platforms to share insights, lessons, and solutions that explore the intersection of technical, design, policy, and community issues. We recognize too that this unique situation may have the unexpected benefit of promoting greater collaboration, connection, and much broader access to the conference, and we are examining the practicalities of combining virtual presentations of workshops and local tours with limited in-person gatherings.

We will keep our members informed about ongoing developments and details through our various communications platforms, and via the conference website. Throughout these extraordinary circumstances, we will endeavor to infuse virtual program sessions with Edmonton’s unique sense of place.

We thank you again for your patience, and we hope that you will join us as we move forward with the next steps.

Best,
Gina Crevello, President