Amy Baade, AIA, WELL AP
Amy is an architect with experience in all phases of design on a variety of project types. She has developed a specialty in adaptive reuse projects and working with historic buildings. Amy is proficient in software and can produce a range of project materials, from presentation graphics and renderings, to technical construction documents. Her previous role expanded her experience of design and construction administration over the span of 7 years. A few noteworthy projects that Amy has been involved in include MuseumLab at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, The Garden Room at the National Aviary in Pittsburgh, and Masonic Hall Lofts in Homestead, PA. In addition to having her architectural license for 3+ years, Amy is also a WELL AP and strives to incorporate various design and building system strategies to improve occupant wellness in her projects.