Jon Buono is an Associate Director with SOM’s New York office and leads the firm’s work for adaptive reuse and higher education. His focus on modern architecture began while with the National Park Service, contributing to preservation of the agency’s “Mission 66” building program. In 2005 he lead the University System of Georgia’s “Guidelines for Campus Historic Preservation,“ which created one of the largest statewide campus preservation programs in the country. Additional preservation work includes projects for the UMass Amherst campus, Massachusetts State House, and the Cartier Mansion in New York. From 2006-13, Jon was a consulting preservation expert for the United Nations Capital Master Plan including restoration of the Conference and General Assembly Building interiors. Jon is a past Board Member of Docomomo US.