Christopher Brandt

Chris is a project architect at Bero Architecture with experience in multiple facets of historic preservation practice including design and construction administration, building evaluation, research, and advocacy.

Chris seeks to craft a unique identity for each project he designs that respects and amplifies the historic building fabric that surrounds it, from an 1873 chapel bathroom renovation to the reimagining of a historic 1929 art deco cinema.

He received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture at the University at Buffalo SUNY, School of Architecture and Planning in 2011, a Master of Architecture and Certificate in Historic Preservation at the University of Virginia, School of Architecture in 2013 and obtained his architectural licensure in 2018. He is the Education and Advocacy Coordinator for the Young Urban Preservationists, a member of The Landmark Society of Western New York Board of Trustees, and the Chair of the Town of Irondequoit Historic Preservation Commission.