Anne T. Sullivan, AIA, principal of Sullivan | Preservation has more than 20 years of experience in the field of historic preservation architecture.  Her practice has focused on restoration with an emphasis on assessment of building conditions, material conservation and documentation.  Among her current projects are condition assessments at Lake Forest Academy, the Park District of Hinsdale, IL and a preservation plan for historic Second Presbyterian church in Chicago's Prairie Avenue neighborhood.  Past projects include historic structure reports and restoration projects at the Glessner House Museum, Chicago; the Martin Mitchell Mansion in Naperville; the Governor Duncan House and Park in Jacksonville, IL; and the Adlai Stevenson Home in Lake Forest, IL. 


For over 15 years Ms. Sullivan has been on the faculty at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in the Master of Science degree program in Historic Preservation.  She teaches courses in historic building materials, building pathology, sustainable practices in preservation and preserving buildings of the recent past.  She is a past recipient of the post-graduate Plym Traveling Fellowship from the University of Illinois and the Nathan Clifford Ricker Award for excellence in teaching from the Illinois Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.


Ms. Sullivan holds both a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of IllinoisUrbana, and a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from Columbia University, with a concentration in building material conservation.  Ms. Sullivan held the position of Senior Associate with Johnson Lasky Architects, and of Vice President with Thornton Tomasetti engineers, both in Chicago.  She has served as an appointed member of the Illinois Historic Sites Advisory Council, and currently serves in the position of President of the Association for Preservation International (APT). 

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