Sarah Reddan Tisdale

Sarah Reddan Tisdale Project Manager

Sarah Reddan Tisdale Project Manager


With a background in historic preservation, heritage planning, and marketing, Ms. Tisdale has experience in surveying, material conservation, architectural history, and heritage strategy and analysis. At Kamen Tall Architects, Ms. Tisdale’s responsibilities includes conditions surveys, the creation of construction documents, building assessment reports, and project administration.


503 Broadway, New York, NY - 2017-Ongoing Completed in the 1870s, 503 Broadway is a through-block commercial building located in the Soho Cast Iron Historic District. The building is about to begin a restoration program to preserve and restore the historic cast iron and masonry facades.

Lookout North and River House, Westchester, NY- 2017-Ongoing Recently completed, Lookout North and River House are luxury condominium buildings that are already exhibiting deterioration and water infiltration. Project includes surveying of conditions, creation of a conditions report, and developing repair solutions.

Sea and Land Church, New York. NY - 2017-Ongoing The second oldest church in Manhattan, the former Sea and Land Church (now the Chinese Presbyterian Church), is undergoing a restoration and repair program for their historic treasure. Project includes creation of a conditions assessment and survey, articulation of a phased repair program, belfy restoration, and immediate repair to the existing roof structure.


“How to Evaluate the Success of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.” Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Master of Science in Historic Preservation (2017). Author.

Heritage, Tourism, and Urbanization: The Landscape and Development of Lalibela, Ethiopia. Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (World Monuments Fund: 2017). Co-author and Presenter.

“Acknowledging the Social Values of Venice” in Balancing Tourism and Heritage Conservation: A World Heritage Context. Edited by: Christina Cameron and Fanny Cardin-Pilon. Round Table 2017, Université de Montréal. Co-author and Presenter.


Master of Science in Historic Preservation, Columbia University, New York, NY, 2017

Bachelor of Arts in History and Art, Lafayette College, Easton, PA, 2009