AltusWorks is pleased to announce that Anney Grish and Kesha Patel have joined our team.
Anney earned her Master’s Degree in Urban Planning and Policy from University of Illinois at Chicago to better understand how historic preservation can benefit cities and communities as a whole. She brings diverse experience in architectural research, including Section 106 & Historic American Building Survey (HABS) and Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) documentation; preservation advocacy; comprehensive planning; and transportation analysis. She also has a passion for Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping and communication design, and seeks to incorporate these skills into the preservation field. Anney’s experience bolsters the team’s capabilities in historic preservation documentation and planning.
Kesha received her Master’s Degree in Historic Preservation from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her experience includes a wide range of projects focused on the construction and deterioration of historic buildings, which has enabled her to become highly proficient in building pathology. Kesha is additionally gifted in performing historical surveys, archival research, and writing Historic Structure Reports, Section 106 Evaluations, and HABS documentation. As a Historic Preservationist and licensed Architect in India, Kesha augments our team to support building preservation, adaptive reuse, and renovation.