Finegold Alexander Architects Promotes Christopher Lane to Principal in Boston
Boston-based Finegold Alexander Architects has promoted Christopher Lane to Principal. Lane has been an architect with Finegold Alexander for over 25 years and is a critical member on nearly all the firm’s work involving complex preservation and fast track schedules for public, higher education, K-12 and private development clients.
Lane’s expertise is in historic preservation and adaptive reuse, and he has unique knowledge of construction methods and materials used to blend existing and historic building fabrics with new construction elements. His interests also include the forensic portion of projects along with problem solving throughout documentation, production, and the final construct. Lane’s projects have included the Boston Opera House, Harvard Business School Baker Library, the Eliot Innovation School, and the Cable Mills Residences.
“I am proud to be part of the Finegold Alexander leadership, a firm that values historic preservation, sustainability, and innovation,” said Lane. “We are looking forward to continuing to grow our practice areas and create beautiful, functional, sustainable spaces, weaving history with the present and future.”
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