John G. Waite Associates
JGWA’s team of architects, historic interiors specialists and building materials conservators have extensive experience applying sustainable design solutions and state-of-the-art preservation technology to culturally significant buildings and environments.
ABOUT THE FIRM
The firm’s approach is based on detailed archival research, thorough investigation and analysis of historic materials and building technology, and a commitment to the most current and effective building conservation procedures.
Founded in 1995, with roots going back to a general architectural practice established before World War II, JGWA has restored hundreds of historic buildings across the United States and has received more than fifty historic preservation awards for its projects.
The Alamo Trust and the Alamo Master Plan Management Committee have released the report completed by JGWA titled: ” Alamo Plaza Existing Buildings Historical Assessment”
JGWA has just completed construction documents for the $5M exterior stone masonry restoration of the Castle Clinton National Monument. Construction will be managed by the National Park Service, and is expected to begin this summer.
Members of the JGWA team who completed the Renovation and Restoration of The Rotunda at the University of Virginia were featured speakers at the Center for Architecture in a talk titled: Reinventing Thomas Jefferson’s Rotunda. To stream the event click here.