Andrew J. Billingsley

Director of the Center for Heritage Conservation, Assistant Lecturer
Curriculum Vitae

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  • Department of Architecture
  • Center for Heritage Conservation


Andrew J. Billingsley is a preservation technologist and Assistant Lecturer with over a decade of experience in the preservation, non-destructive evaluation, and documentation of historic sites and structures in the United States and abroad. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from California State University, Chico in Concrete Industry Management, with a Minor in Business Administration, and a M.S. in Architecture at Texas A&M University, with a graduate certificate in Historic Preservation. Andrew is an active member of the Association for Preservation Technology International who is currently serving as the Texas Chapters President and Webmaster, the Construction History Society of America, the Archaeological Institute of America, the Vernacular Architecture Forum. He has also formally held a position on the Board of Directors for the Concrete Preservation Institute, where he was an Instructor and Project Manager for their field school on Alcatraz Island in San Francisco, California.



School of Architecture
Texas A&M University
May 2020

Certificate in Historic Preservation

School of Architecture
Texas A&M University
December 2019


Concrete Industry Management
College of Engineering
California State University Chico
May 2011


Business Administration
College of Business
California State University Chico
May 2011

Scholarly Interests

Andrew J. Billingsley’s research and education interests are in the preservation, non-destructive evaluation, documentation, and digitization of historic and cultural sites, structures, and resources; and the implementation of creative and innovative design thinking methods, with a spirit of entrepreneurship, in an effort to improve the natural, built, and virtual environments.