Timberlane To Exhibit At The National Preservation Conference

Timberlane, Inc will be featured in the Preservation Studio at PastForward 2015 Conference in D.C.
Montgomeryville, Pa. – October 14, 2015

Timberlane, Inc., a company providing custom exterior shutters and hand-forged hardware, will be an exhibitor at the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s annual conference, PastForward, in Washington, D.C., Nov. 3-6 at the Omni Shoreham hotel. More than 2,000 attendees are expected to attend, including historic preservationists, architects, city planners, developers, and public and private-sector professionals. The conference this year kicks off the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act.

Timberlane will be in attendance and exhibiting samples of their custom exterior shutters and various shutter styles. Representatives of Timberlane will be on hand to talk about their recent historical renovations projects such as Sagamore Hill, Winterthur Museum and the restoration of Lincoln’s Cottage.

“As a custom shutter company, we pride ourselves on being able to make exterior shutters to the exact specifications of any preservationist,” said Rick Skidmore, CEO and Founder. “We’re excited to spend time learning from trade professionals and sharing ideas on innovation of preservation with all of the attendees.”

The Preservation Studio showcases the latest products, services, resources and information in preservation. The Preservation Studio is open to the general public.

Conference programming also includes educational Learning Labs, day-long Preservation Leadership Training Intensives and Field Studies that take attendees into the community. The four marquee TrustLive presentations will focus on urban strategies including Main Street approaches to saving historic places; federal innovation and excellence in historic preservation; telling a more inclusive story of preservation by featuring multiple voices and experiences; and the next 50 years of preservation. TrustLive will be live streamed and virtually attended by people from across the nation and around the globe.

For more information on the PastForward 2015, the National Preservation Conference, visit www.PastForwardConference.org.

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