Caitlin Fedor, AIA

Caitlin Fedor, AIA

Durham, NC, US




Little, Durham, NC, US, Project Architect

Jul 2017 - current

Niles Bolton Associates, Washington, DC, US, Architect

Architect at Niles Bolton Associates and worked on a variety of projects along the East Coast and in the DC Metro area. Experience with project types include multifamily housing and mixed use projects: luxury high rise condominium, multi-building mixed use new construction, and student housing. Completed NCARB licensure process and was awarded an Architect License in August 2016 in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Jul 2013 - Jul 2017

Architectural Glass Art, Louisville, KY, US, Project Manager

Worked as a project manager at an internationally renowned art glass studio which produces a wide range of high end custom work in terms of scale and scope. As a part of the Architectural Glass Art team, I facilitated projects through schematic design proposals, prepared shop drawings, organized schedule projections & job costing reports, and most importantly established a direct design build relationship with production in the workshop.

Sep 2010 - Jun 2013

Bailey Associates Architects, Louisville, KY, US, Intern Architect

Worked as an Intern Architect periodically through summer and winter breaks during graduate school. Started an NCARB record and performed a variety of tasks to fulfill some of the requirements towards completing IDP hours and preparation towards the ARE. Specific duties include: drafting & revising construction drawings, researching codes to fulfill ADA requirements, initial schematic design proposals, consulting with clients to asses their needs.

May 2009 - Aug 2010


Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, VA, US, MArch, Architecture

I was enrolled in the two year program and completed my Master of Architecture degree in the summer of 2010.

Aug 2008 - Jul 2010

University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, US, BArch, Architecture

I earned my Bachelor of Art in Architecture from the University of Kentucky. This degree is four years and require the completion of a two year Master's Degree to meet NCARB requirements.

Aug 2004 - May 2008


Henry Adams Medal and Certificate AIA, Second Ranking Graduate, Virginia Tech, Award


Tau Sigma Delta National Honor Society in Architecture and Allied Arts, Other


History and Theory of Architecture Prize, University of Kentucky, Award


4th Year Design Award for exemplary studio & academic performance, University of Kentucky, Award


Richard N. Monohan, Jr. Fellowship for Study Abroad, Scholarship


Graduate Assistantship, Virginia Tech, fall 2008 – spring 2010, Scholarship


Eagle Windows and Doors Scholarship in Architecture, Scholarship


3rd Year Design Award for exemplary studio & academic performance, University of Kentucky, Award


2nd Year Design Award for exemplary studio & academic performance, University of Kentucky, Award


University of Kentucky Presidential Scholarship Fall 2004 - Spring 2008, Scholarship


Areas of Specialization