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Halley Ramos

Halley Ramos is the Co-Founder of SOE, a historic preservation studio dedicated to advancing preservation practices through the exploration of emerging technologies. She specializes in developing and testing augmented/virtual reality applications, 3D scanning, and computer-based fabrication techniques for restoration and rehabilitation projects.

With a diverse background that includes working for the United States National Park Service, the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission, and collaborations with prominent organizations such as the International Committee of the Red Cross, Noguchi Foundation, Washington Post, and National Trust for Historic Preservation, Ramos has gained significant expertise in the field. Her studio, SOE, has successfully completed projects at significant locations, including the National September 11 Memorial Museum, Tenement Museum, United Nations Headquarters, Asia Society and Museum, and New Jersey Institute of Technology.

Holding a BA in Environmental Planning & Design from the University of New Mexico and a graduate degree in Historic Preservation from Columbia University, Ramos serves as the Lead Architectural Historian Consultant at HNTB. With over eight years of expertise in historic preservation and planning, she guides clients through intricate regulatory landscapes at local, state, and federal levels.


Course Semester Title Student Work Instructor Syllabus Requirements & Sequence Location & Time Session & Points Call No.
A6937‑1 Fall 2023
Visualization Techniques for Arch Preservation
André Jauregui, Halley Ramos
Preservation Technology Lab
W 5:30  PM - 7:30 PM
1.5 Points