Brian E. Kaminski AIA LEED AP

Received a Master of Architecture from the University of Washington in Seattle in 1992.  Prior to that he earned a BA in Philosophy and a BS in Psychology from the University of Scranton in Scranton, Pa. 

 

Mr. Kaminski has extensive experience in the heavy and civil construction industry where he worked before attending graduate school.  He has also worked in the residential design and construction fields in the Pacific Northwest before moving to Pittsburgh and joining Indovina Associates Architects in 1995.

 

He obtained his Architectural license in the state of Pennsylvania in 2000, is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is a LEED Accredited Professional as certified by the U. S. Green Building Council.  He is an active member of the Allegheny City Central Association, the Mexican War Streets Society and the Rails to Trails Conservancy.

Mr. Kaminski has completed numerous single family residential, multi-family residential, hotel, restaurant, mausoleum and historic preservation projects.  In recent years his focus has shifted to historic tax credit projects and to building envelope performance.

Notable Projects

 

The Pittsburgh Zoo and Aquarium

PPG Aquarium

Hotels

Holiday Inn Express – Southside

Hampton Inn and Suites – Strip District

Multi-family Condominium and Apartment Developments

941 Penn Ave – Cultural District

Otto Milk Condominiums – Strip District

Catalyst Apartments – Lawrenceville

Mausoleums

Addition to the Temple of Love Allegheny County Memorial Park

 

University

University of Pittsburgh, Allen Hall Envelope Upgrades

University of Pittsburgh, Center for Philosophy of Science

Offices

Vivisimo – Squirrel Hill

 

Historic Preservation and Tax Credit Projects

Masonic Temple Apartments – Northside

Lando Building Apartments – Cultural District

1st Ave Lofts – Central Business District

Garden Theater Restoration – Northside

 

Building Envelope Work

Sheet Metal Workers Local 12

1200 Gulf Lab Road Upgrade Study – Harmarville, Pa.

University of Pittsburgh

Exterior Infrastructure Study for the Mid Campus Complex

Diagnostics of mold, creeping damp and other issues at historic properties, newly built commercial properties and many others