Amanda Lewkowicz

Amanda takes a hands-on approach to getting to know a building, through detailed historical research, field investigations of existing conditions, and meticulous building documentation using the latest in preservation technology tools. She values creating relationships not only with clients and stakeholders, but with the buildings themselves, with an insightful perspective that informs projects from the earliest stages through the final project delivery.

Her portfolio reflects many important restoration projects, including civic, cultural, and government buildings, infrastructure, and sites.

Amanda found her identity as an architect early in life, and through her educational studies and advocacy pursuits tapped into her passion for preservation. She believes that a building’s potential is not always found on the surface, and enjoys discovering the untold stories that yield new promise for the life of a building.


Master of Architecture, University of Washington, 2009

Bachelor of Arts, Haverford College,  2005


Historic Preservation Education Foundation, Board Member

Association for Preservation Technology International

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