Simeon A. Warren Chief of Architecture and Engineering at National Park Service National Center for Preservation Technology and Training.
As a trained cathedral stone carver mason and conservator, he spent his formative years studying at Weymouth College Architecture Stone Carving Program and worked at Lincoln Cathedral and Wells Cathedral. In 2001 he immigrated to the USA and became part of the formative team developing the American College of the Building Arts. He was the founding Dean of the College and since 2013 Dean Emeritus. Upon leaving the college in 2020 was nominated by the faculty to the position of Professor Emeritus. In 2019 he received South Carolina highest arts award the Elizabeth Verner O’Neill Governors Arts Award. 2016 Historic Charleston Foundation awarded Samuel Gaillard Stoney Conservation Craftsmanship Award. 2012 Preservation Trade Networks Askins Achievement Award. He now works at the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training which is uniquley a federally mandated part of the National Park Service whose purpose is to research and disseminate information concerning preservation technology.