Keri Stevenson, AIA, NCARB

Coordinator / Architect

Keri Stevenson | Architect | Dekker/Perich/Sabatini

Keri Stevenson is an architect specializing in historic preservation and conservation with many years of experience in documentation, condition assessment, and preservation planning.  Keri’s preservation experience has included several National Historic Landmark buildings and sites, including multiple projects in collaboration with state universities, the National Park Service, and other government clients.

Keri brings her expertise to the design, production, and coordination for higher education facilities and focuses on school renovation and campus preservation projects. She uses innovative approaches to design and construction in historic contexts, and explores how to add value to our existing infrastructure, while also creating spaces that foster identity and worth for the communities they serve.

Presentations & Articles

>   Navigating History: Balancing Educational Needs, Project Budgets, and Heritage within Historic Campuses

>   Deconstructing Heritage, Association for Preservation Technology-National Trust for Canada Joint Conference


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Professional Credentials

Registered Architect: New Mexico

NM SHPO Directory of Qualified Supervisory Personnel – architectural history

American Institute of Architects (AIA), Member

Association for Preservation Technology, Member

International Council on Monuments and Sites, Member

Women in Design, New Mexico, Board Member

Education

Master of Architecture, University of New Mexico

Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation and Regionalism, University of New Mexico

Bachelor of Science, University of Georgia