Liisa Reimann

Liisa ReimannLiisa Reimann
Graduate Teaching Lecturer, Heritage Studies
E-mail: lreimann@plymouth.edu


Profile

Principal and senior architectural historian at Burlington, Vermont-based Blue Brick Preservation, Reimann specializes in National Register research and documentation, tax credit certification, regulatory compliance, and preservation planning. Reimann published her first book, Burlington Firefighting, in 2006. She has taken part in conservation projects at Las Flores Adobe National Historic Landmark and the Santa Margarita Ranch House (Camp Pendleton, CA); Fort Davis National Historic Site (Fort Davis, TX); Death Valley National Park (Death Valley, CA); and Shelburne Farms National Historic Landmark (Shelburne, VT).

Reimann holds a master’s degree in historic preservation from the University of Vermont, where she has also served as an adjunct instructor.


Degrees and Education
  • MS, University of Vermont
  • BA, University of New Hampshire

Research Interests
  • Historic firehouses
  • Roadside architecture
  • Post WWII-residential architecture
  • Recent past architecture
  • Vernacular architecture and architect-builders

Associations, Boards, and Committees
  • APT International
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation
  • Vernacular Architecture Forum
  • Preservation Trust of Vermont
  • Society of Architectural Historians
  • Vermont Historical Society
  • Recent Past Preservation Network

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