Building a Place for History
Amanda Gold is a Project Architect with Preservation Design Partnership, a Philadelphia-based architectural design and preservation firm. She is currently responsible for overseeing the architectural construction administration for the New Jersey Executive State House comprehensive renovation and restoration project. Her experience with planning, designing, and managing the preservation of monumental historic buildings spans over 22 years and includes projects for the Alamo, Washington Crossing Historic Park, the Cincinnati Museum Center, and Hamilton Grange National Memorial. Ms. Gold holds a BA in Architecture from Lehigh University and a MS in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania.