Bradley Roeder re-joined John Milner Architects in 2014. As a preservation architect and project manager his responsibilities include managing institutional and residential projects with a strong historic preservation focus. As a LEED accredited professional, he is also skilled at sensitively incorporating sustainable design and construction into historic projects. Brad received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Architecture from the University of California Berkeley with an emphasis on Architectural History and his Master of Science degree in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania. During his previous employment with John Milner Architects from 2003 to 2009, Brad was awarded the Mary Werner DeNadai Architectural Fellowship with the National Trust for Historic Preservation. For twelve months he assisted the National Trust with architectural projects involving their historic sites throughout the country including Philip Johnson’s Glass House and Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House. Brad has worked in preservation in San Francisco, New York and Washington, DC and is a member of the National Trust, the Association for Preservation Technology, the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia and U.S. Green Building Council. He enjoys reading history and spending active and fulfilling time with his wife and three daughters.