Carl has served as restoration consultant on more than 100 certified rehabilitation projects throughout the Northeast, receiving dozens of honors and awards.

Carl Doebley has more than 35 years of experience in the rehabilitation and restoration of historic buildings and structures, specializing in materials conservation and preservation planning. He joined the firm in 2013 from TranSystems|DPK&A, where he had worked alongside Thornton Tomasetti staff on several major projects. His extensive restoration portfolio includes the American Museum of Natural History and Central Synagogue, both in New York, and Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station.

Cultural Resources Management Expertise
Carl’s expertise includes planning for the adaptive reuse of historic buildings, and local, state and federal regulations relating to buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places or that are eligible for registration. He has served as restoration consultant on more than 100 certified rehabilitation projects across the northeastern United States. Throughout Carl’s long career, he has written articles and technical standards, and also has lectured extensively at industry conferences.

A Broad List of Honors and Awards
His projects have received many design and restoration awards, including recognition from the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, the American Institute of Architects, the American Society of Interior Designers, Art and Architecture, the Brunel International Design Competition, the National Office of the General Services Administration, the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Outside of Work
Carl’s outside interests include architectural woodworking, fishing and playing country blues on the guitar. He enjoys cooking Spanish and Caribbean cuisine; his signature dish is savory hickory smoked ribs with a mango glaze.

• Assessment and renovation
• Condition assessment
• Materials conservation
• Technical architecture