Michael J. Mills, FAIA, has devoted his career to the preservation and adaptive use design of some of the nation’s most historic structures such as: The Statue of Liberty, Louis Kahn’s Trenton Bath House, Saarinen’s Hill College House at the University of Pennsylvania, and the Milwaukee Federal Building and Courthouse. He has served as Chair of the Advisory Group of the AIA Historic Resources Committee and is a past president of Preservation New Jersey. Michael is a national peer reviewer for the GSA Design Excellence program, and former member of the NJ Uniform Construction Code Advisory Board. He has lectured at Princeton University’s School of Architecture and Urban Planning, the Association for Preservation Technology’s (APT) international conference, and serves as Associate Graduate Faculty in the Rutgers University Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies program.