Betty Prime, AIA
Betty Prime, AIA is an architect and conservator with Meadors Conservation. Betty received her undergraduate architecture degree from Clemson University and her Master of Architecture and Master of Science in Historic Preservation degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. Betty’s expertise includes all phases of the preservation planning process from assisting owners with state and federal rehabilitation tax credits to documenting, assessing, and developing treatment plans for the preservation of historic buildings and monuments. Betty is an adjunct professor at the American College of the Building Arts where she co-teaches a course in Building Materials Science. She has worked on many notable buildings in the Charleston area including the Aiken Rhett House, Nathaniel Russell House, McLeod Plantation, Magnolia Cemetery, and over 40 residential historic structures in the downtown historic district.