Building a Place for History
Warren Coupland is the Chairman of the Cape May, NJ Historic Preservation Commission. He joined the Commission in 2006 and has held the position of Chair since 2011. After a successful business career, Warren and his wife Janet retired to Cape May, NJ. With a lifelong interest in historic homes, Warren, a licensed Contractor, restored their eight bedroom, Carpenter’s Gothic Victorian home built in 1895 into one of the show houses of Cape May. Warren also participated in the renovation of a number of additional Victorian era homes in Cape May, a National Historic Landmark City. He holds a B.S. degree from La Salle University and a MBA degree from Lehigh University.