Judy L. Hayward spends her days pursuing a passion for historic architecture and the ways in which it can be reused to sustain and grow healthy communities. She develops courses in partnership with builders, architects, traditional craftspeople and others to teach both historic preservation and traditional building skills. She has one foot in the nonprofit world as executive director of Historic Windsor and the Preservation Education Institute and the other foot in the world of media and information services as education director for the Traditional Building Conference Series and Online Education Program.
A new book, Covered Bridges and The Birth of American Engineering, published by HAER (Historic American Engineering Record) documents the National Covered Bridges Recording Project.
“Maintenance is Preservation.” Hugh Miller, FAIA
Thoughtful restoration brings craft, communication, and celebration to the First Parish Meetinghouse in Derry, New Hampshire.
Trades, technology, and teamwork on the Phillips Collection project.
John Canning & Co. conserves a legacy of art and craftsmanship in the Luzerne County Courthouse.
H. Thomas McGrath, FAIA, FAPT, 1950-2018
Read about how the team at BVH Architecture delivered an accurate mural restoration in Omaha's Douglas County Courthouse with methodical forensics and architectural detective work.
Judy Hayward discusses the importance of the trades, citing examples of how plumbers contribute to our well-being.
Saving the Historic Preservation Tax Credit
Understanding Traditional Materials and the Importance of US Participation in UNESCO
Judy Hayward looks at two historic churches at Yale in the New Haven Green, Center Church and Trinity Church, and the men who designed them.