Tyler Lott Johnston

Tyler is an architectural conservator.

Tyler has more than twelve years of experience in construction and project management. She has extensive experience working in international markets and serving on and leading executive boards. Her areas of expertise include conservation of listed and non-listed buildings, business strategy, contract negotiation and management, and policy guidance in both the private and public sector. She serves currently as the Scottish Officer for the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.

Tyler’s desire to serve on BEFS board is rooted in her passion to protect the built environment. She has nine years of experience serving on charitable boards, including six as President and Chair. Her extensive international experience in contemporary and historic built environments includes hands-on conservation of listed structures as well as large-scale contemporary construction including the Pelican Hill Resort and Golf Club ($70M) and Terranea Resort ($480M), amongst others. Tyler’s professional mission is to bring traditional building skills into the future, concentrating on the progression of safe, ethical and environmental practices.