• Master of Architecture, 2011
    Judson University
  • Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, 2009
    Judson University

Professional / Community Affiliations

  • The Congress for New Urbanism
  • Main Street Wisconsin
  • Historic Preservation Commission, Monroe, WI
  • Associate, American Institute of Architects

Aaron M. Holverson

Project Architect

Aaron is a Project Architect at Gary W Anderson Architects team with a background in historic renovation, project management, and carpentry. With over 12 years of experience in architecture and construction he uses his diverse experience and education to develop a holistic approach to each project.

His interests lie in historic architecture and urbanism and how each building contributes to the greater whole of our cities. He holds a Master of Architecture degree with an emphasis in Traditional Architecture and Urbanism from Judson University. His background in traditional architecture and carpentry, working on the renovation of old buildings, shapes his approach to each project and the unique opportunities that each provides. He is a member of the Historic Preservation Commission in Monroe, Wisconsin and has been actively involved in the local Main Street chapter.

Selected Experience

  • Historic Renovation/Adaptive Reuse
    • Flannery’s—New Glarus, WI (Mixed-Use)
    • 1005 16th St—Monroe, WI (Mixed-Use)
    • The Mill Place—Monroe, WI (Mixed-Use)
    • OSS—Regent St., Madison, WI (Commercial)
    • Lofts at the Dilly Bean—Monroe, WI (Residential)
    • Minhas Kitchen—Monroe, WI (Commercial)
  • Master Planning/Feasibility Study
    • Monroe Country Club—Monroe, WI
    • East State District Design Workshop—Rockford, IL
    • Morphology & Urbanism Study—Savannah, GA
  • New Construction
    • The Bantam House (private residence)
    • The Ritschard Residence (private residence)

Areas of Focus

  • Design
  • Project Management
  • Historic Preservation & Renovation
  • Mixed-Use Development
  • Construction Documents
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