Jessica began her professional career in upstate New York working on historic preservation projects including the rehabilitation of the iconic Rotunda at the University of Virginia. Since joining PWWG in 2014, Jessica has maintained her focus in preservation, restoration, and the adaptive reuse of existing buildings as Project Architect or Project Manager on several landmark structures. She has also applied her skills in document production, specification writing, and coordination to the firm’s higher education, multi-family residential, and hospitality projects. Jessica is active in teaching architecture at the university level, mentoring aspiring architects, and presenting her preservation research at national conferences. She volunteers with the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation and as a juror for Kent State University studio courses.
BA History, BS Arch, M. Arch
Kent State University
American Institute of Architects; CSI Construction Documents Technologist (CDT); Kent State University Instructor and Critic; AIA Pgh Leadership Institute for Emerging Professionals
Allegheny County Courthouse Roof Replacement; Roxian Theatre Renovation; CMU Adamson Wing Renovation; Old Economy Village; 21c Museum Hotel Nashville
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I stayed in a 30 person hostel room in Berlin.
Burn the midnight oil.
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