| ||Wendall C. Kalsow, AIA |
Wendall Kalsow leads McGinley Kalsow & Associatesí award winning architectural and preservation practice. He has extensive experience in the restoration and adaptive reuse of historic structures including many National Register Properties and National Historic Landmarks. Wendall has in depth knowledge about all aspects of historic preservation regulations. He is a frequent speaker on accessibility issues and on the assessment and phased restoration of historic buildings.
Wendall has designed numerous projects that have received awards in rehabilitation, restoration and accessible design. His projects include the restoration of West Hall at Tufts University, Gate of Heaven Church in South Boston, Gasson Hall at Boston College, Merrimac Town Hall and Governor Bellingham Cary House. These projects demonstrate an in depth knowledge in the restoration of character defining elements, repair of traditional buildings materials and creative integration of modern amenities and life-safety features. Wendall received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Iowa State University and his Masters in Architecture from the University of Michigan. He served in the Massachusetts Historical Commission committee developing amendments to the Massachusetts Building Code that encourages and facilitates the preservation and rehabilitation of historic buildings. He holds a National Architectural Registration Certificate and is registered in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island.