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Lynchburg Architect Amanda Adams Reveals Wonderful Things: Architectural and Artifact Discoveries from The Academy

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Amanda Adams from CJMW Architecture discusses wonderful architectural and artifact discoveries found in downtown Lynchburg’s newly renovated Historic Academy of Music.

Amanda's project experience has focused on historic preservation projects for private, corporate and institutional clients. Each of these projects has emphasized the leveraging of State and Federal Historic Tax Credits, as well as other incentives available, to promote community revitalization. This work includes developing energy efficient and smart sustainable solutions for preservation projects.

Amanda frequently serves as the day-to-day leadership and point-of-contact for historic preservation project. She applies her design and technical skills in innovative and creative ways that respect the client’s goals and budget and the building’s historic integrity while translating the vision to successful reality. Her skills in dealing with Historic Tax Credit reviews at all levels – local, State Historic Preservation Offices and National Park Service –are invaluable to the evaluation and preservation planning process. 

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