Charles Thompson is an architectural designer at Quinn Evans Architects, focusing on historic preservation and architectural history. He is a vital member of the firm's Historic Conservation Studio and possesses a unique blend of analytic, visualization and graphic skills to develop digital models that can assimilate many layers of information. Mr. Thompson has been instrumental in the development of the Historic Building Information Management system (HBIM). He has worked closely with clients such as Mount Vernon and the Michigan State Capitol as well as GIS developers to represent existing and as-built conditions in a highly-detailed model. He has been influential in coordinating and integrating reference material, historic documents, and data into the model's geospatial building information.
- Master of Science: Historic Preservation, Columbia University, 2013
- Bachelor of Science: Architecture, Architecture History Minor, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011
- Association for Preservation Technology, Washington, DC