Leadership

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Jonathan Sandvick

President

​Jonathan is an expert in the architectural analysis of historic buildings, programming, and feasibility studies; his efforts are distinguished by the successful use of historic rehabilitation tax credits and conservation easements to provide redevelopment financing for a wide variety of projects. 

Jonathan has been the Architect of Record for over 50 buildings historically rehabilitated and adaptively used in Cleveland alone. He has achieved housing for nearly 5,000 residents (nearing 3,000 housing units) in historic preservation adaptive reuse projects.

Contact: 

info (at) sandvickarchitects.com

Architecture Staff

Amy Crysler

Architect, Project Manager

 

Al Kofskey

Architect, Project Manager

Brittany Catania

Architect

Charles Sieving

Senior Architect, Specs Writer

Dan Markiewicz

Designer

Dave Abramczyk

Senior Designer

Devon Zurcher

Designer

Diane Thompson

Senior Designer

 

Elizabeth Crooks

Project Manager, Designer

Emily Rickenbacker

Designer

Heather Harris

Interior Designer

John Jefferson

Designer

Julie Dornback

Senior Designer, Project Manager

Karen Borland

Architect, Project Manager

Keith Hayes

Project Manager

 

Laura Gagnon

Architect, Project Manager

Lisa Maccora

Designer

Marc Baniszewski

Architect, Project Manager

Maura Flaherty

Designer

Meenon Kastoori

Designer

Neha Reddy Manda

Designer

Nikhila Ramineedi

Designer

Randy Doi

Architect, Project Manager

Timothy Wagner

Architect, Project Manager

William Penney

Designer

Preservation Staff

Peter Ketter

Historic Preservation Director

Matthew Sandvick

Historic Preservation Assistant

Rachel Pearce

Historic Preservation Specialist

Administration Staff

Joyce Varlamos

Office Manager

Michelle Davis

Administrative Assistant

Kayla Sandvick

Administrative Assistant

GET TO KNOW US

“I believe that our existing buildings are one of our greatest storehouses of natural resources imbued with wonderful artistry and history. These buildings are essential for us to save as a matter of ecological, social, and cultural responsibility.”

 Jonathan Sandvick, President