Bob Hotes is currently an Associate and Restoration Architecture Group Leader at Klein and Hoffman, where he focuses on the restoration and rehabilitation of historic buildings for institutional, governmental, residential and commercial clients. He received a BSE in Architecture and Civil Engineering from Princeton University and a MArch and Certificate in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania. Bob pursued additional training at the Institute Spetsproyectrestavratsiya in Moscow and at ICCROM in Rome. His career covers a wide breadth of award-winning experience in the preservation and rehabilitation of historic structures. Bob received the 2000 AIA Philadelphia Young Architect Award, and he currently serves on the boards of AIA Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley Chapter of APT. He is a member of the ICOMOS International Scientific Committees ISCARSAH and ISC20C and is an Adjunct Professor in Historic Preservation at Philadelphia University. As the 2011 laureate of the Richard Morris Hunt Fellowship, Bob spent six months in France, exchanging information, techniques and professional practices, with a focus on the design of new construction within historic contexts.