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James C. Campbell
AIA, Partner, LEED-AP
PA & NJ
Mr. Campbell serves as Partner-in-Charge, and takes responsibility for overall project direction, adherence to scope and schedule, as well as contact with clients for numerous projects.. He oversees historic elements where needed, as well as lends his experience to resolutions of accessibility and code concerns. His diplomatic skills come to bear in helping the constituents to forge a consensus towards a unified Master Plan. Mr. Campbell has been a managing partner since 1976 with Campbell Thomas & Co., Architects. Almost all of Mr. Campbell's work has been within the Middle Atlantic States.
Campbell has worked as a registered Architect in the building industry doing new
construction, community planning and managing the development and restoration of
historic structures into viable new uses. Recently
he spearheaded a group of community and design professionals in the successful
effort to make the new South Street Bridge serve the neighborhoods as well as
highway motorists. As a result, the
lane count was reduced, pedestrian and bicycle lanes were widened, and the
Bridge design made much more user friendly.
Campbell has applied his expertise in historic preservation to the restoration
of Fairmount Park Commissionís Loudoun Mansion located within Germantown, and
he applied this knowledge to the rehabilitation of the Frigidaire Building at
1920 Chestnut Street located within the Center City West Commercial Historic
District, and to the U.S. Naval Asylum, designed by William Strickland.
of Mr. Campbellís projects involve resolving issues and building consensus
among public and client interest groups working to achieve goals within
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