Greg Maxwell

Greg Maxwell

Chicago, IL, US



I’m a young architect and preservationist. I deeply appreciate the positive role that architecture and design can play in society, and I’m interested in the intersection of contemporary design and technology as it relates to the historic built environment. 

I earned my Bachelor of Architecture degree from New Jersey Institute of Technology in 2015 and my Master of Science in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania Weitzman School of Design in 2021.

I am a Registered Architect and NCARB Certified for licensure in all 50 states.



Harboe Architects, PC, Chicago, IL, US, Architect

Jan 2022 - current

Center for Architectural Conservation, Philadelphia, PA, US, Research Fellow

Sep 2019 - Dec 2021

PennPraxis, Philadelphia, PA, US, Graduate Assistant

Graduate Assistant for The Miller House and Garden Conservation Plan

Jan 2020 - Dec 2020

Jim O'Brien Architecture & Interiors, Morristown, NJ, US, Architect | Project Manager

Jul 2015 - Jul 2019

Orestes Valella, AIA, West New York, NJ, US, Architectural Intern

Apr 2014 - Jul 2015

Windigo Architecture & Design, Morristown, NJ, US, Architectural Intern

Jan 2009 - Aug 2010


University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, US, Masters, Historic Preservation

Faculty Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement
Stuart Weitzman Fellowship Recipient
Preservation Design Concentration

Aug 2019 - May 2021

New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Newark, NJ, US, BArch, Architecture

Rome/Siena Studio 2013 Study Abroad
Barcelona Studio 2011 Study Abroad

Aug 2010 - May 2015


The Faculty Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement, Award

Recognizes the graduating MSHP student who has most consistently performed at the highest levels of academic achievement as reflected by the faculty’s recognition of excellence in the student’s completed work.


NJIT Dean's List, Other


Town of Madison Academic Scholarship, Award


The Wallenberg Foundation of NJ, Other

The Wallenberg Honors Finalist 2006


Areas of Specialization