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Beverly Baldwin, AIA


As a principal at Alamo Architects, Beverly leads multifamily design projects with for a team who has designed housing developments representing a build-out of over 12,000 housing units since 2004. With extensive experience in affordable and mixed-income housing projects, Beverly has worked with numerous housing authorities and community development organizations. Her most recent project work has been rehabilitation and adaptive reuse projects with focus on historic preservation.

In addition to housing, she also has experience in retail, commercial, office rehab and religious project types. Beverly is active on many boards and committees serving her community in ways that promote gender equity, mentorship, and cultural awareness. She is a member of the Urban Land Institute, participating in the Housing Local Member Council, ULI Next Co-Chair, as well as the Women’s ULI Steering Committee. She Co-chairs the AIA Historic Resources Committee and she also volunteers as the owner’s consultant to the Pastor for her church on capital improvements projects.

Bachelor of Science, Architecture, University of Texas at San Antonio | 2003