The historic Greyhound Bus Station in Birmingham played a role in the 1960’s fight for Civil Rights. Join Williams Blackstock Architects’ all-female team for an exclusive look at this historic preservation project led by Brittany Foley, AIA, LEED AP, BD+C. Brittany received her Masters of Preservation Studies from Tulane University in 2018! We can’t wait to learn from this preservation pro.
Brittany is a senior associate with Williams Blackstock Architects with expertise in downtown
commercial developments, historic building restorations, renovations, contemporary adaptive reuse
and architectural material conservation. She has extensive experience with projects utilizing the
Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentives Program, which fuels her passion for urban revitalization
that fosters vibrant, equitable and sustainable communities.
Brittany possesses a dual degree in architecture and interior architecture from Auburn University.
She received a Master of Preservation Studies from Tulane University, where she culminated her
studies with a thesis on High-Performance Envelope Rehabilitation Methodologies for Mid-Century
Glass Curtain Walls. Her research received Tulane’s Distinguished Thesis Award and was selected for
the Association of Preservation Technology’s Student Scholar Program and presentations at the 2018