Graham joined PDP as a Project Coordinator in July 2016. He earned a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2013. While at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Graham was involved with an award winning pilot project focused on mapping and documenting architectural evolution in various historic Milwaukee neighborhoods. His thesis project, Re-Engaging Milwaukee: Haymarket Square, sought to establish design standards for a local historic district while designing new catalytic re-use projects to activate a neighborhood adjacent to Milwaukee’s downtown.
Prior to joining PDP, Graham worked as an Architectural Designer helping to pioneer new innovative site condition assessment practices. He has experience in multiple phases of building documentation, construction administration, preparing Preservation Plans, Historic Structure Reports and Master Site Plans. His responsibilities often required balancing a number of tasks ranging from historic material research to collaborating with numerous consultants working toward a common objective. Graham is currently involved with the Alamo Master Plan.