Ted Bartlett is a Senior Associate and the Senior Preservation Planner with the Syracuse based firm of Crawford & Stearns, Architects and Preservation Planners. He spent seven years as a Preservation Specialist and Director of Preservation Services for the Landmarks Society of Western New York in Rochester, NY before joining Crawford & Stearns in 1986. He has a BS from Cornell University and did graduate work in Historic Preservation at Middle Tennessee State University. Since 1994 he has been an Adjunct Instructor at Syracuse University where he developed and teaches a course on Historic Preservation in the School of Architecture.
His principal expertise includes historic property assessment and historic integrity evaluations as well as technical assistance, regulatory review and compliance. He prepared the historic integrity assessments for the controversial ten buildings making up the Admirals Row at the former Brooklyn Navy Yard in Brooklyn, NY and has completed over 25 Historic Structure Reports for such properties as the William Seward House in Auburn, NY and the four volume HSR for the 93,000 square foot Oneida Community House in Oneida, NY.
Mr. Bartlett has lectured on a variety of preservation subjects and has served on the boards of several professional and civic organizations including the Heritage Coalition, the Preservation Association of Central New York, and the NYS Route 20 Association and has received several awards for his preservation advocacy activities including the Robert Webster Award from the Cazenovia Preservation Foundation and the Jesena Foley Award from the Preservation Association of Central New York.
Presently he lives in an 1815 house in Cazenovia, NY with his wife Barb, two children, two dogs and two cats and is Chair of the local Cazenovia Village Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Committee.
Administration and Service
ARC566 Introduction to Preservation