Kyle Normandin is a Principal at Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates Inc. in New York City where he has over twenty-five years of experience in historic preservation. Kyle currently works on numerous projects throughout the U.S. and overseas. Kyle is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Columbia GSAPP. He received his MS in Historic Preservation from Columbia University GSAPP, where his research focused on architectural conservation of historic building materials. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the College of Environmental Design at University of California at Berkeley.

Kyle was formerly a Senior Project Specialist at the Getty Conservation Institute where he worked under the Conserving Modern Architecture Initiative. He has contributed numerous technical papers on architectural conservation of cultural heritage, and he now serves as the Associate Editor for the Journal of Architectural Conservation by Taylor & Francis. Kyle is a Fellow Elect for the American Institute of Conservation and a member of the Association for Preservation Technology College of Fellows and serves as a co-chair for APT’s Development Committee.

More About