Christina Kincaid recently joined Community Heritage Partners as an architectural designer and project manager. In her new role, Ms Kincaid is working on several of the firm’s ongoing projects, including commercial and residential renovations.
She has come to Lancaster after more than a decade working with other architects in the United Kingdom, as a project manager in facilities at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, and with experience living and doing cultural research in Russia. Prior to that time abroad, she earned a master’s degree in Architecture at the University of California at Berkeley, following her bachelor’s degree in Russian literature from Reed College in Portland, OR. She was raised in rural northeast Ohio.
Community Heritage Partners, now in its 31st year, focuses on adaptive reuse of old and historic buildings, and design solutions for new construction, specializing in urban design, historic preservation, and plans for regenerating urban development. Current projects include development of historic commercial buildings on West King Street in Lancaster and renovation plans for the Ressler Mill Foundation’s future headquarters and agricultural milling museum in Upper Leacock Township.
Kincaid and her husband, Alexander King, a visiting scholar at Franklin & Marshall College, have two sons in the Lancaster School District, and are new residents in the city of Lancaster.