Eric Amtmann  AIA


Eric graduated from the University of Virginia in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and from Syracuse University in 1997 with a Master of Architecture.  He began his career in the construction industry in suburban Maryland and metropolitan Washington D.C. as a superintendent for residential construction, custom renovations, and additions.  Subsequently, he joined the firm of Dalpos Architects in Syracuse, New York, where he concentrated on the design and documentation of commercial and institutional projects.

He joined Dalgliesh Gilpin Paxton Architects in 1998 and became a partner in 2008.  He specializes in historic preservation and commercial/institutional projects with varied public and private ownership and development arrangements. His notable projects include Crow Holdings’ corporate headquarters at Old Parkland in Dallas, Texas; restoration and expansion of the Madison County Courthouse, listed on the Virginia Landmarks Register and the National Register of Historic Places; the Palladium, a 200,000-square-foot urban office building and parking structure in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and master planning for a 762-acre ecotourism resort in central Virginia. Eric’s numerous residential projects include houses at The Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia and homes in communities throughout Albemarle County, such as Bundoran Farm and Keswick Estates.  Currently, he is leading the historic preservation team for the circa 1803 Albemarle County Circuit Court renovation and designing a temple for an international religious organization.

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