LOCATIONS AND FACILITIES
Clarence Thomas Center for Historic Preservation
Address439 E. Broad St.
A National Historic Landmark District contributor, the Clarence Thomas Center provides a conservation lab and workshop.
The historic preservation analysis lab provides workspace and equipment necessary for preservation study and examination.
Software such as AutoCAD and Revit, as well as printers, scanners and plotters are available for student use.
The chapel, an intimate space for gatherings, is adorned with original pews and tin ceiling panels from nave to apse.
The Student Preservation Association and students from the historic preservation program can congregate in the lounge area.
Historical preservation involves retrieving and recycling the built environment to protect architectural heritage.
The facility houses a workshop dedicated to conserving, repairing and replicating historic remnants.