Senior Associates

Jennifer Arnoldi, AIA

Jennifer Arnoldi, AIA, an architect and designer, is proficient in building diagnostics, including nondestructive evaluation and building data analysis. Her roles have included managing complex civic and LEED certified projects. She has also completed a range of restoration planning and documentation projects; prepared National Register of Historic Places Nominations for individual resources and historic districts; and managed documentation and approvals for Federal Historic Tax Credit projects.

Jennifer holds a BA in Biology from the University of Pennsylvania, and an M. Arch from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. She has served on the Land Use and Zoning Committee for the East Falls (Philadelphia) Community Council and is the President of the Friends of Inn Yard Park (Philadelphia).

Charles Chichester, AIA

Charles Chichester, AIA, is an architect and designer with broad-based experience in preservation, renovation, adaptive use, and new construction with a focus on civic and cultural projects.

His favorite projects utilize his facility with metal fabrication, gained through work in the production of large-scale sculpture, to design and document architectural details that complement and enhance the overarching design intent.

Charles holds a B.Arch. from Cornell University. He completed a Sculpture Apprenticeship at the Seward Johnson Atelier Institute of Sculpture in Hamilton, New Jersey; and a US/ICOMOS International Exchange Internship on the Island of Bohol, Philippines. He is a member and past president of AIA Bucks County, PA.

Robert Forwood, AIA, LEED AP

Robert Forwood, AIA, LEED AP, is one of the firm’s senior designers. He has significant experience in project management, conceptual design, 3D modeling, code analysis, document production, specification writing, and construction administration. He is a talented designer with broad experience in renovation and new construction projects; and he has managed diverse and complex institutional, cultural, and educational projects for the firm.

Bob holds a BED in Architecture from Miami University, Ohio. He currently serves as a member of the Chesterfield Township Historic Preservation Commission in New Jersey.

Katherine Frey

Katherine Frey is an historic preservationist and project manager with a varied portfolio of institutional, ecclesiastical, and cultural preservation projects. She specializes in documentation of historic buildings, conditions assessments, and in the restoration of masonry exteriors, managing projects from concept design through construction.

Katherine has spoken and published on preservation and conservation topics ranging from the restoration of masonry and ironwork to preservation contracting. She holds a BA in Architectural Studies from Southwestern University; a MS in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania; and an Advanced Certificate in Architectural Conservation from the University of Pennsylvania.