CAHP – ACECP was founded in 1987 to represent the interests of professionals in many related fields of heritage conservation..
Murray G. Miller has been actively involved in heritage architecture in four countries since the 1980s. As a member of the Institute for Historic Building Conservation (UK); the International College of Traditional Practitioners (USA); and the RAIC, Mr. Miller brings international best-practice to bear on complex heritage projects. Mr. Miller was a Senior Conservation Architect with a specialist practice of conservation architects in the UK; Principal Historic Preservation Planner for local and state-level government in three countries; and Period Architect, PWC, Prairie and Northern Region. His notable conservation work arises in part from his role as an expert witness on high-profile applications involving heritage buildings and by authoring technical impact assessments in the context of legislative and regulatory environments for hundreds of heritage properties in several Canadian cities, the UK, NZ and throughout Saskatchewan