Meet GFF’s Historic Preservation Team: Morgan Harrison

Meet Morgan Harrison, an enthusiastic advocate of local preservation.

An enthusiastic advocate of local preservation, Morgan has been a member of the Preservation Dallas Board of Trustees since 2019.  This June she was appointed as Vice President of Preservation Issues for Preservation Dallas, where she will help lead advocacy efforts for the organization.  Morgan has also served over a decade as a professional member on various City of Dallas Historic District Task Forces – previously on the Swiss / Munger and Junius Heights and currently on the Central Business District / Individual Landmark / West End Task Force.

As a multi-generational Dallas native, Morgan is passionate about preserving the historic and cultural resources that the city has to offer as they are integral to her family history.  This passion for history and culture influenced both her travel choices and her field of study as she entered college and graduate school.  An avid student, Morgan holds three degrees: a BA in Art History from Denison University, an MFA in Architectural History from Savannah College of Art and Design, and a Masters of Architecture with a Certificate in Historic Preservation from Texas A&M University.

After graduating from Texas A&M, Morgan returned home to Dallas and worked for Quimby McCoy Preservation Architecture, Habitat for Humanity, and Humphreys & Partners Architects before joining GFF in 2014.  She is currently a Project Leader working in the institutional sector on both church and historic preservation projects.

The GFF Historic Preservation Team is an experienced group of design professionals who focus on the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of historic properties.

Our Historic Preservation / Adaptive Reuse Team

If you are considering an historic preservation project, let’s talk about how GFF can help you achieve your vision.

Historic Preservation / Adaptive Reuse News

Adaptive Reuse in an Environmentally Conscious Work Environment

In a post-pandemic world where employees may be reluctant to return to the office full time, the inventory of empty or partially occupied buildings continues to grow.

GFF, Fair Park, and The State Fair of Texas: A Thirty-Year Relationship

We are excited about the opening of this year’s State Fair of Texas and proud of GFF’s role in the preservation and ongoing revitalization of Fair Park

Meet GFF’s Historic Preservation Team: Morgan Harrison

As a multi-generational Dallas native, Morgan is passionate about preserving the historic and cultural resources that the city has to offer as they are integral to her family history.

St. Andrew United Methodist Church – Hasley Chapel

Designed as “a chapel in the woods” overlooking the creek and pond on campus, it is reminiscent of Robert’s beloved Arkansas home.

Historic Preservation / Adaptive Reuse Work