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Amanda T. gold, RA

Amanda T. Gold, Project Architect, joined PDP in July 2016. Amanda brings 16 years of preservation planning and design experience. She holds a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Lehigh University. While completing her graduate studies at Penn she interned with the Philadelphia Museum of Art, researching and documenting the Venturi, Scott Brown Associates project archives in preparation for the museum’s 2001 “Out of the Ordinary” retrospective exhibition. Upon graduation, she joined John Milner Architects in Chadds Ford, PA where her work focused on the restoration and adaptation of historic buildings and the design of new residences.

Prior to joining PDP, Amanda worked for John G. Waite Associates, Architects in their New York City office. While there, she coordinated preservation design and construction projects for clients that included the National Park Service, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the New York City Department of Design and Construction. Her accomplishments include coordinating the restoration of Hamilton Grange National Memorial in Harlem and preparing updates for the site’s National Historic Landmark nomination, historic structure report, and historic furnishings plan.  She has a passion for research and writing, and has contributed to historic structure reports and assessments for various historic buildings and sites. She was also a member of the team that prepared design and construction documents for the restoration of the Cincinnati Union Terminal. Amanda is presently involved with the Alamo Master Plan project.