Director of Historic Preservation
Bulley & Andrews’ director of historic preservation, Joshua Freedland believes “old” is the new “new.” During his 20+ year career, his expertise has benefited hundreds of historically significant structures throughout the country including Prudential Plaza and Nickerson Mansion in Chicago, Jackson Lake Lodge, Grand Teton National Park, WY, and the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. Joshua leverages his exceptional depth of knowledge in materials and construction techniques to preserve historically significant structures across the nation.
A professional associate of the American Institute of Conservation (AIC) and past chair of the AIC’s Architectural Specialty Group, Joshua is an associate editor of the Journal of the American Institute of Conservation. He is also an active member of the Emeritus Board of Landmarks Illinois.
Joshua earned a Master of Arts degree in comparative history from Brandeis University and a Master of Science degree in historic preservation from University of Pennsylvania. His penchant for preservation has extended his professional contributions to include teaching, lecturing and publishing extensively in academic and professional circles. In his spare time, Joshua enjoys the great outdoors, including fly fishing and kayaking.