Joseph Torres specializes in documentation and historic research, condition assessments and exterior envelope investigations and repair. Joseph has experience working with historic cultural properties including conservation work of ancestral Puebloan architecture, documentation and restorative work on local, state and federal designated properties, and exterior envelope repair and rehabilitation on prewar structures.
Joseph has previously worked at the Independence National Historic Park, the University of Pennsylvania Architectural Conservation Laboratory, Howard Zimmerman Architects, and Two4Design Architecture. In 2014, Joseph was part of a preservation team that received the Vernacular Architecture Forum Paul E. Buchanan Award for HABS documentation and recording of the National Registered Western Clay Manufacturing Co.
Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Urban Planning | University of Buffalo
Master of Science in Historic Preservation | University of Pennsylvania.
ITC Infrared Thermography Certification