Jack Pyburn is a historic preservation architect and Director of the Historic Preservation Studio at Lord Aeck Sargent. He has over 40 years of experience. He received his Bachelor of Architecture from Texas A&M University and Master of Architecture & Urban Design from Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri. Pyburn is a member of the AIA College of Fellows and former chair of the AIA/Historic Resources Committee Advisory Group. He teaches historic preservation architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology and served as the Harrison Distinguished Critic in Historic Preservation in 2012-2013. Pyburn’s research interests include architectural precast concrete and its relationship to mid-century design and construction technology.