Lindsey Vanderdray, RA, LEED AP

associate

Project Manager

 

11 years experience

10 years with architrave p.c., architects

 

Lindsey can be credited with helping bring the

firm into the 21st century—she spearheaded

the creation of the website, is an advocate for

the use of BIM and 3D laser scanning, and the

use of integrated project management

software.

 

Her favorite part of the process of architecture

is the pre-design phase—identifying the

challenges and asking the questions that will

ead the team to an appropriate design

approach. She also gets a thrill out of seeing

behind-the scenes of some of Washington’s

most iconic buildings.

 

Education

Master of Architecture, The Catholic

University of America

Bachelor of Arts, Linguistics,

The College of William and Mary

 

Professional Registration

Architecture (DC, MD), NCARB

 

Projects

project architect:

National Museum of American Indian, SI

Replace Main Entry Doors

 

Temple Micah

Roof Repairs

Pointing and Sealant Replacement

Social Hall Acoustic Improvements

 

District of Columbia, DGS

Madison Shelter Façade Restoration

and Exterior Renovation

 

National Museum of American History, SI

Roof Repairs (including fall protection, lighting,

and security improvements)

 

designer:

United States Memorial Holocaust Museum

Learning Center Ceiling (including structural

support for suspended digital exhibit displays)

Site and Parking Lot Improvements

 

Suitland Collections Center, Smithsonian Institution

Design Smithsonian Gardens Greenhouse Facility

Design Smithsonian Fleet Maintenance Facility

 

Lecture

Accessibility retrofits for historic homes,

the Capitol Hill Restoration Society, Preservation Cafe