Brian Hogg shares responsibility for the development of guidelines for the renovation and maintenance of Thomas Jefferson’s Academical Village and for the numerous historic facilities studied in the 2007 University of Virginia Historic Preservation Framework Plan. He also has oversight of all historic structure reports and of capital projects associated with adaptive reuse of historic buildings. He has participated in the renovations of Garrett Hall, New Cabell Hall, and of most of the Jefferson-designed buildings. Recent projects include the renovation of the Rotunda, the adaptive reuse of the Rugby Faculty Apartments as a University office building, and the historic structure reports for Pavilion VIII and McGuffey Cottage. He has a BA in Art History and French from the University of Virginia and an MS in Historic Preservation from Columbia University.