Contact:  info@marykayjudy.com  |  Brooklyn, New York

FIRM PROFILE    

 

Mary Kay Judy, Principal, is an award winning Architectural Conservator and Preservation Consultant with over twenty years of national and international practice in the field. Her career has focused on both the documentation of architectural history and technical conservation treatments for long-term, sustainable preservation.  

 

After a decade practicing in New York City's most respected preservation architecture firms, she created an independent consultancy to provide clients with a full range of specialized technical conservation and advisory design services to guide restaration projects from initial investigation through construction administration.

 

The practice serves a diverse client base including private home owners, corporations, religious congregations, co-operatives and condominiums, NGO's, A&E firms, educational institutions and governmental authorities.

 

Ms. Judy is an established preservation educator and has lectured internationally on architectural conservation case studies and the politics of preservation. Her writing on these subjects has appeared in a variety of publications including the National Trust Preservation Forum Journal and the Journal of Architectural Conservation.  

 

She is a two-time Asian Cultural Council Humanitarian Fellow, and has been a conservation grant recipient of the Trust for Mutual Understanding, the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, Association for Preservation Technology and the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA).

 

Ms. Judy has a M.S. in Historic Preservation from Columbia University and a B.A. in Architectural History from the University of Cincinnati. Mary Kay Judy, Architectural & Cultural Heritage Conservation, is a certified “Woman Business Enterprise” (WBE) based in Brooklyn, New York. 

Jean Prouve's "Maison Tropicale" circa 1951 exhibited on the banks of the East River in 2007, inspiration for the article "Moving Modern: Modern Architecture as Moveable Heritage,"by Mary Kay Judy in NTHP Forum Journal Fall 2011.

Jean Prouve's "Maison Tropicale" circa 1951 exhibited on the banks of the East River in 2007, inspiration for the article "Moving Modern: Modern Architecture as Moveable Heritage,"by Mary Kay Judy in NTHP Forum Journal Fall 2011.