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Team - Kathleen Lechleiter

Kathleen Lechleiter, AIA

Kathleen M. Lechleiter is an experienced professional with over 30 years of practice as a registered architect including work in Maryland, Washington D.C., and the mid-Atlantic area.  She is founder of k.lechleiter ARCHITECT LLC (k.lA), a certified MBE/DBE with the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) and a Women Owned Business (WBE) with the City of Baltimore.   She has extensive experience in both commercial and multi-family housing including historic renovation.  Her work is concentrated in the City and includes market rate, affordable, and transitional units with a thorough understanding of the different housing segments and their relationship to the community.

Ms. Lechleiter is an adjunct faculty at Morgan State University teaching in the Housing Studio for the School of Architecture + Planning.  In addition, she is a Board Member of The Women's Housing Coalition and a member of the Fells Point Design Review Committee.  She is a recipient of awards from AIA/Baltimore, AIA/Minnesota, Baltimore Heritage, MD Governor's Housing Conference, and the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials.



National Architectural Accreditation Board (NAAB)
North Dakota State University Architecture Accreditation Visit, (Non-Voting Panel Member), 2018

Temporary Adjunct
Morgan State University (2013 - present)

Board Member
Women's Housing Coalition

Committee Member
Fells Point Design Review Committee



Excellence in Construction & Real Estate Award in Architecture
The Daily Record, 2019

The Divided Line (with RE/PUBLIC)
AIA Baltimore Special Citation, 2017

Restoration Award
Baltimore Heritage, 2017

Commitment to Excellence & Special Needs
MD Governor's Housing Conference, 2013

Restoration and Rehabilitation Award
Baltimore Heritage, 2013

Baltimore's Book of Imaginary Buildings
Jeremy Kargon, 2009

Smooth Operator
Urbanite, February 2008



Master of Architecture
University of Nebraska, Lincoln (1983)

Bachelor of Architecture
North Dakota State University (1982)

Bachelor of Arts
North Dakota State University (1981)

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