Collaborators Listed in the Book

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Collaborators Listed in the Book

Postby johnleeke » May 28th, 2013, 4:56 pm

Collaborators

The Window Preservation Standards Collaborative is a group of people dedicated to preserving windows. The Collaborative is not a membership organization; anyone with an interest in windows can participate. There are no fees or dues, although many Collaborators have contributed minor and major dollar donations. All have contributed a significant amount of time and shared their knowledge freely for the benefit of the greater field of historic preservation, and our little corner of that field, the preservation of older and historic windows.

Founders & Assistants

Founders: David Gibney, Duffy Hoffman, John Leeke, Jim Turner, Bob Yapp

Assistants: Jim Nelson, Angel Corrales, Andrea Sevonty, John Bales, Patrick Kennedy (will receive a copy of the Standards book)

The founding members of the Window Preservation Standards Collaborative have over 170 years combined experience repairing, restoring & weatherizing historic wood windows. When you add up the years they have taught these techniques, it's over 100 years.

The Founders’ Assistants put in days and weeks of skillful labor at the National Window Preservation Summit in 2011, and many hours of thoughtful contributions and significant help since then.

Advisers

Ann Bagala, Marc Bagala, Chris Black, Patricia Blick, Gordon Bock, Peter Carroll, Brian Conway, David Clark, Hilda Dent, Gerhard Eipert, Marc Ferraro, Sharon Ferraro, Steve Hartley, David Hoggard, Mike Jackson, Doug Johnson, Elisabeth Knibbe, Phyllis Kidder, Rose Kowalski, Robin Krawitz, Laura Lavernia, John Lindtner, Ray Olsen, Paul Marlowe, Amy McAuley, Christian Mercker, Brendan Meyer, Douglas Miller, Robin Neely, Jim Nelson, Bill Robinson, Patrick Roach, Andy Roeper, Vic Rothman, John Sandor, Steve Schoberg, Mike Shields, Justin Smith, Steve Stier, Steve Swiat, John Scott Tripp (will receive a copy of the Standards book)

Advisers have helped the Founders in their various fields of knowledge related to window preservation. Advisers reviewed and commented on the drafts of the standards at the website. Many Advisers attended the 2011 Summit.
Advisers include:
• Independent Trades people, who are working to meet these standards
• Contractors who are working to meet these standards
• Educators and trainers
• Specifiers
• Architects
• Facilities managers
• Homeowners and building owners, who hire contractors and trades people
• Staff and officials from several government agencies and non-profit organizations

Summit Observers

Catherine Brooks, Wayne Doolittle, Douglas Jones, Kathy Morgan, Eric Nichols, Tim Reinders, Joy Sears, Lisa Sheppard, Nathalie Wright (will receive a copy of the Standards book)

Observers attended the 2011 Summit to witness the testing and demonstration; and to carry that experience back home to pass along the word about window preservation. Observers are helping to promote and implement the use of the Standards. Observers attended the Summit to:
• Learn about the project and the Standards first hand
• Learn about window preservation work by watching demonstrations
• Meet the key people involved in the project
• Develop strategies for bringing the Standards to the people back home who need them most
Some Observers have also reviewed and commented on the drafts of the standards at the website, especially in the Marketing and Summit sections of the Forum. Observers are:
• Writers, journalists or publishers
• Staff and officials from government agencies or non-profit organizations at any level from local, state or national
• Anyone with an interest in window preservation and skills in marketing and promotion


Donors

$100 to $499 – One copy of the final Window Preservation Standards and a written mention on the WPSC project website and in all written materials including the Window Preservation Standards. (will receive one copy of the Standards book)
Bullis, Thomas
Jones, Douglas
Brooks, Catherine C.
Baxter, Karen
Anonymous donor
Schneider, Robert A


$500 to $1,999 – Two copies of the final Window Preservation Standards and a written mention on the WPSC project website and in all written materials including the Window Preservation Standards (will receive two copies of the Standards book)
McCormick School Museum
Yolita Rausche
James Nelson


$2,000 to $2,500 – Four copies of the final Window Preservation Standards and your logo on the WPSC project website and in all written materials including the Window Preservation Standards. (will receive four copies of the Standards book)
State of Oregon, Parks & Recreation
Ohio Historical Society
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Illinois Historic Preservation Services
Iowa Economic Development Authority - Main Street Iowa
Community Foundation of West Kentucky
John
Standards Co-Founder
Standards Editor

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