Hartnett Leads Preservation Group

December 13, 2012 – Chris Hartnett, P.E., LEED AP, brings a passion for old buildings to his new position as leader of Meyer Borgman Johnson’s Preservation Engineering Group. His experience reflects a strong interest in archaic structures and materials and includes landmark projects such as the Minnesota State Capitol and the Faribault Woolen Mill. Chris has spoken on the analysis of masonry arches, the evaluation of historic wood, and the history of Gothic Arch barns in the Twin Cities and Boston. He is Past President of the Minnesota Chapter of the Structural Engineers Association and a member of the Association of Preservation Technology. Chris replaces Meghan Elliott, who now leads her own firm, Preservation Design Works.

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