The Carol Soucek King and Richard King Center for Architecture, Arts and the Humanities, Buff & Hensman, Los Angeles, 1979

The Carol Soucek King and Richard King Center for Architecture, Arts and the Humanities, Buff & Hensman, Los Angeles, 1979

 

PRP3 - Principal Sponsors

 

Historic Preservation Education Foundation

For thirty years HPEF has been a leading provider of historic preservation knowledge for the preservation community and all those who care for and about historic buildings. HPEF was a principal sponsor of both previous Preserving the Recent Past conferences. For more information visit HPEF's website.

 

USC School of Architecture/Heritage Conservation

The Heritage Conservation program of the School of Architecture at USC is the conference host and a principal sponsor of PRP3.  Our graduate degree programs embrace Los Angeles, with its wealth of recent past resources and richly diverse communities woven throughout the tapestry of the built environment, pushing to acknowledge the many layers of history and meaning revealed in the city. In a place forever seeking the new, USC/HC seeks to protect the best of the past while embracing the landmarks of the future.  For more information, visit the USC/HC website.

 

National Park Service

The National Park Service preserves unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the National Park System for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations. The Park Service cooperates with partners to extend the benefits of natural and cultural resource conservation and outdoor recreation throughout this country and the world. The National Park Service was a principal sponsor of both previous Preserving the Recent Past conferences.

 

Glulam Sponsors


Aluminum Sponsors


Concrete Sponsors



For information about how your organization can be a part of PRP3, see the sponsor and partner opportunities page or contact info@prp3.org.