Casey Weisdock

Director of Industry Development and Technical Services

 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Casey is an architectural conservator whose professional experience spans preservation design, project management, and contracting/implementation. She is a graduate of Temple University and the University of Pennsylvania.

Previously, Casey served as an architectural conservator and site manager, focused primarily on the preservation of historic structures through research of traditional materials, and implementation of traditional repair methods and contemporary restoration techniques.

Today, Casey supports the masonry restoration industry internationally, and is also a regional director, providing support for all masonry projects, new and existing, at the local level. She's a developer and instructor of the Historic Masonry Preservation Certificate (HMPC) training offered through the International Masonry Training and Education Foundation (IMTEF). Casey is also the Board Chair Emeritus of the Association for Preservation Technology– Delaware Valley Chapter (APT-DVC). 


Member, American Institute for Conversation (AIC)

Member, Association for Preservation Technology International (APTI) 

Member, Association for Preservation Technology – Delaware Valley Chapter (APT-DVC) 

Member, International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) 


Temple University 

Bachelor of Fine Arts

University of Pennsylvania 

Master of Science in Historic Preservation with a focus in architectural conservation


Building Restoration, Repair, and Maintenance  

Conditions Assessment  

Historic Preservation  

Masonry Detailing 


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