In her work at Paragon Architecture, Lindsay Reichert, Associate AIA, has been able to put her passion for working with and for her community into action, developing a strong background in a wide variety of education and community focused projects. Recent work includes helping local school districts with projects large and small, from performing arts centers to athletic facilities, classroom renovations and additions to adaptive reuse of under-utilized spaces into Learning Parks. Teaming with clients, end-users, design and construction professionals, her focus and attention to detail ensure the development of the best possible environment and quality end-results for each and every project.
With a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in Art History from Drury University, Reichert also has specialized knowledge and experience with historic preservation and restoration, LEED documentation, and with the hospitality industry.
From the time she was very young, playing with Legos and Lincoln Logs, Lindsay has known she wanted to work in architecture. Now, with nearly a decade’s experience in the field, she loves the ever-changing and always-challenging aspects of her work and the collaborative team she has found at Paragon Architecture.
Bachelor of Architecture – Drury University
Bachelor of Art’s Degree in Art History – Drury University