Stefan Zastawski is a project manager and architect known for his superior technical skills and ability to direct multidiscipline teams through the delivery of complex projects, including renovation and restoration initiatives. He has overseen numerous projects, ranging from feasibility studies to multi-phase construction efforts, for discerning clients including the Architect of the Capitol, the National Park Service, the U.S. General Services Administration, the Smithsonian Institution, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Stefan’s portfolio includes projects both in the U.S. and overseas.
Knowledgeable about preservation history and legislation as well as the application of advanced technology to optimize sensitive restorations, Stefan is skilled in guiding projects from concept through completion. He enjoys technical challenges and the unique opportunities that each project presents.
“Advances in technology help to advance preservation. The more advanced the technology the better we are able to explore the past.”
- University of Maryland, Master of Architecture, 1995
- University of Maryland, Certificate in Historic Preservation, 1995
- University of Maryland, Bachelor of Science in Architecture, 1993
- Association for Preservation Technology
- National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
- National Trust for Historic Preservation