Amy Borland has joined Gray & Pape as Principal Investigator for Architectural History

We are excited to announce that Amy Borland has joined our Indianapolis office as a Principal Investigator in History/Architecture. For the last 22 years, she worked in the Indiana State Historic Preservation Office reviewing National Register applications, coordinating the architectural survey, and working on public outreach efforts to help people learn about Indiana history, architecture, and historic preservation. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame (BA in American Studies), and Ball State University (MS in Historic Preservation), one of the things Amy is most proud of is identifying and researching 38 of Indiana’s early women architects and builders. Other areas of interest include anything neon and shiny, postwar architecture especially mid-century modern and googie; and Civilian Conservation Corp/Works Progress Administration. In her free time, she loves to spend time with her family and planning the next adventure. The wish list includes driving Route 66, visiting the Neon Museum in Las Vegas, and heading to Yellowstone National Park to see where her grandpa worked during his time in the Civilian Conservation Corps.
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