Jennifer Henriksen

Jennifer is an architect and preservation specialist with expert knowledge of the tax credit application and compliance process and the use of advanced preservation technology to inform project designs. She guides diverse teams in collaborative efforts to renew historic properties and contribute to the renewal of urban neighborhoods and heritage sites.

Her experience encompasses complex renovation and adaptive-use projects, including educational facilities, civic buildings, hotels, theaters, and mixed-use centers.

Jennifer enjoys the process of peeling back the layers of a historic building to discover the hidden stories of the past, often revealing unexpected opportunities for inventive design strategies and unique details. Her contextual approach emphasizes the role of the project as a stimulus for community growth and redevelopment.


Master of Architecture, Lawrence Technological University, 2007

Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Michigan, 1995


American Institute of Architects

Association for Preservation Technology, International

Association for Preservation Technology, Eastern Great Lakes Chapter Past President

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