Randall T. Crawford, Licensed Architect and Principal
Master of Architecture / History of Architecture: Syracuse University (1977)
Bachelor of Architecture / Syracuse University / Syracuse, New York (1970)
Registered architect in New York (1974), Pennsylvania (1997), Connecticut (2009) / Certified NCARB (1997)
Principal of Crawford & Stearns, Architects and Preservation Planners, PLLC, 2016. Founded firm in 1979. Partner in Crawford & Stearns, Architects and Preservation Planners, 1979-2015.
Mr. Crawford is the principal of the Syracuse firm of Crawford & Stearns, Architects and Preservation Planners LLC and is qualified under Federal 36 CFR 61 standards to practice Architecture, Architectural History, and Historic Architecture. In private practice for more than thirty five years he has provided consulting services for numerous historic properties in nine states as well as throughout New York State. His principal expertise lies in the areas of historic preservation, adaptive reuse, accessible design, Main Street revitalization, and compliance with regulatory requirements for historic properties. He served as a member of the State Board for Historic Preservation for seven years, as a panelist for the New York State Council on the Arts Design & Planning Studies and Capital Projects Panels, as a panelist for the IMLS Conservation Projects program, as a member of the NYS DOS Existing Building Code Review Committee, and as a member of the Trustees’ Council of the Preservation League of NYS.
Carl D. Stearns, Licensed Architect and Partner Emeritus
Master of Architecture / Preservation Planning: Cornell University (1977)
Bachelor of Architecture / Cornell University / Ithaca, New York (1967)
Registered architect in New York (1975) and Michigan (1999) / Certified NCARB (1976)
Partner Emeritus and Consultant at Crawford & Stearns, Architects and Preservation Planners, PLLC, 2016. Former Partner in Crawford & Stearns, Architects and Preservation Planners, 1979-2015. Founded firm in 1979.
Mr. Stearns is a licensed architect with an advanced degree in Preservation Planning. He is qualified under Federal 36 CFR guidelines to practice Architecture, Architectural History, and Historic Architecture. A navy veteran and in private practice for over thirty years, Mr. Stearns served previously as the Senior Historic Sites Restoration Coordinator for the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation. His principal areas of expertise include Architectural Conservation and Restoration, Historic Assessments and Documentation, and Adaptive Reuse of Historic Properties. Mr. Stearns has served as guest lecturer throughout the state and has participated on the boards of the Hanford Mills Museum, the Preservation Association of Central New York, the New York State Barn Coalition, Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH), and the Architecture, Planning and Design Panel of the New York State Council on the Arts.