Historic Preservation Training Center
National Park Service U.S. Department of Interior
The Historic Preservation Training Center (HPTC) is dedicated to the safe preservation and maintenance of national parks or partner facilities by demonstrating outstanding leadership, delivering quality preservation services, and developing educational courses that fulfill the competency requirements of Service employees in the career fields of Historic Preservation Skills, Risk Management, Maintenance, and Planning, Design, and Construction.
The HPTC was founded in 1977 to meet the growing demand for craft skills development for NPS employees tasked with preserving the thousands of historic structures within the National Park System. In 1995, the Center joined the NPS Training and Development Division to become one of four NPS Training Centers.
The HPTC is currently located in Frederick, Maryland. The headquarters/administrative office is located within the Monocacy National Battlefield at the historic Gambrill House.
The Shop is located in the historic Jenkins Cannery building in downtown Frederick. The HPTC staff and trainees currently total approximately 70.
Fritz Rushlow, Supervisory Exhibits Specialist Area of Responsibility: Project Management and HPTC Program Instruction Office: (301) 663-8206 ext. 128 Fax: (301) 663-8032 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Historic Preservation Training Center National Park Service 4801A Urbana Pike Frederick, MD 21704
Telephone #: 301-663-8206 Fax #: 301-663-8032
Regular Business Hours: 8:00 - 5:00 M-F