Alison Eberhardt is currently an intern at CJS Architects. They recently graduated from Jefferson in Philadelphia with a B.Arch and a minor in Historic Preservation. While at Jefferson, Alison focused in historic preservation by studying Richard Neutra’s Hassrick House adjacent to campus, studying abroad in Rome for a semester, and co-founding Students for Historic Preservation that advocates for historic buildings on campus. They are excited to expand their experience in historic preservation and adaptive reuse by working with the historic Central Terminal and Richardson Olmsted Campus. Alison intends to return to Philadelphia in the winter to pursue an M.S. in Historic Preservation and continue studying Richard Neutra’s Hassrick House. If you visit, Alison can give you a tour of the house.