Layer Featured at APT Central Plains Conference

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Can you imagine documenting the existing conditions of more than 1,300 rooms and 1,100 windows? Well, we can’t either, but the preservation architects for the Nebraska State Capitol lived and breathed this daunting task for months. Without Layer, it could have been years.

BVH architects Dan Worth, FAIA; Julie Cawby, AIA; and Adam Sitzmann; shared their experience using Layer at the  Association for Preservation Technology (APT) Central Plains Conference April 10th. Dan, Julie, and Adam discussed how the Layer app helped their complex project teams work and communicate more efficiently.

APT Central Plains Chapter was founded in 2009 as a non-profit, educational organization dedicated to promoting the best technology for conserving historic structures and their settings. APTCP serves Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa with a strong core of professional members dedicated to the advancement of preservation in the Midwest. Members include architects, engineers, historians, contractors, consultants, artisans, property owners and manufacturers.