Christine Britton Elected President of Association for Preservation Technology, Rocky Mountain Chapter

Christine Britton, P.E., was recently elected President of the board of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Association for Preservation Technology (RMC-APT). She looks forward to continuing programming offered by the organization for its members and building on this base to include more members located outside the front range area of Colorado in future events. Her term will last one year.

Christine is a project engineer for JVA in the structural/historic preservation department. She has been with JVA since interning in 2012.

RMC-APT is a nonprofit organization that encourages, promotes, and advances research, training, and the sharing of information relating to preservation technology and the historic preservation of buildings, sites, structures, and objects. This chapter serves Colorado, New Mexico, Montana, Wyoming, and Utah.

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