Wilson Herrera, AIA
Historic Preservation Specialist
Wilson O. Herrera, AIA is a Florida licensed architect and NCARB certified. He has over 9 years of experience in architecture, interiors architecture, historic preservation and design. His background includes all phases of design, design development and design production while implementing the latest available technology to minimize design and construction time without compromising quality. His professional career has had a significant focus on interior architecture and historic preservation projects in both the United States and Colombia. As an architectural designer for R.J. Heisenbottle Architects (RJHA), he has been the lead for transitioning the firm to BIM technology.
Mr. Herrera’s experience ranges from commercial, to historic preservation, to institutional and interior architecture projects as well as preservation policy consulting for governmental agencies. Notable projects include the Department of Homeland Security Headquarters consolidation at St. Elizabeth’s Campus in Washington, DC, a National Historic Landmark; renovation of the New Cabell Hall at the University of Virginia; exterior renovation for the historic Duberstein post office and courthouse in Brooklyn, NY; the west façade and tower restoration for Trinity Church in the City of Boston; Central Baptist Church restoration project; and the Miami Marine Stadium restoration project in Miami, FL.