James G. Alexander
James Alexander, FAIA, LEED AP is a Senior Principal and he graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a B.A. degree in Architecture and studied at the Architectural Association in London, England. A Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, Mr. Alexander holds a National Architectural Registration Certificate and is registered in Massachusetts and six other states. Mr. Alexander has served as Principal-in-Charge for a diverse range of projects, including the adaptive use, restoration, and renovation of historic buildings, the design of new buildings, interior design, and urban revitalization planning. He is past Chairman of Preservation Massachusetts and has served for many years on the Boston Landmarks Commission. He is currently President of Ellis Memorial & Eldredge House, a non-profit group that offers innovative educational and social programs. Mr. Alexander received the Paul E. Tsongas Award from Preservation Massachusetts and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the New England Chapter of the Victorian Society in America. He is frequently invited to lecture on the topic of “Preservation and Renovation of Historic Schools and their Impact on Communities” and has most recently presented at the National School Board Association conference. He was featured in Hope J. Shannon’s book “Legendary Locals of the South End” for his work shaping the built environment. He is a LEED Accredited Professional.