The Market Arcade
617 Main Street, Suite M303
Buffalo, NY 14203

We invite you to meet our experienced staff members:

Clinton E. Brown  RA, AIA, NCRB  President and Principal
Clinton E. Brown is the President and principal of Clinton Brown Company Architecture, and brings over 30 years of experience to his work. His achievements include co-founding SuperSpan Upper Niagara, The Niagara Arts & Cultural Center, BoomDays Buffalo Niagara, and Canal NY. Mr. Brown has been a trustee, director, or task force member on over two dozen boards and committees, including past President of the Landmark Society of the Niagara Frontier. Recently, the Secretary of the Interior appointed him a Commissioner of the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor Commission and Governor Pataki appointed him a Director of the H.H. Richardson Preservation Board and the Buffalo Architecture Center Board. Mr. Brown's professional achievements have been recognized and awarded by the American Institute of Architects, the Preservation League of New York State, The Buffalo News, and Buffalo Business First, among others.
Alma O’Connell-Brown  Project Manager
Alma O’Connell-Brown brings nearly twenty-five years of experience to her role as Project Manager with Clinton Brown Company Architecture. Mrs. Brown specializes in feasibility studies, facility management services, project coordination, construction contract administration, and grant writing services.
Jill Nowicki  Historic Preservation Specialist
Jill Nowicki provides project coordination at Clinton Brown Company Architecture including code research, design development and contract documents. With experience and degrees in both historic preservation and interior design she specializes in restoration and rehabilitation projects.
Jennifer Walkowski  Architectural Historian
Jennifer Walkowski provides historic research, survey, documentation and interpretation services for a wide variety of projects at Clinton Brown Company. She is a graduate of the University of Virginia’s Masters of Architectural History program, studying American architecture with noted historian Richard Guy Wilson. Jennifer focuses her research on the architecture and history of Buffalo and Western NY, and completed her master’s thesis on interpreting the design and motifs of Buffalo City Hall. She has presented several lectures on the building and its architect for various groups in Buffalo and is currently working on a guide book to City Hall.
Elizabeth Gerber  Intern Architect
Elizabeth D. Gerber provides drafting, sketching, schematic design, design development, 3D rendering, and model building service at Clinton Brown Company Architecture. Currently, Elizabeth is completing her Masters of Architecture at the University at Buffalo, where she is focusing her work on Inclusive or “barrier free” design theory. Elizabeth’s previous work experience includes drafting, coordinating, and laying out building structural systems as well as working with zoning and building codes.
Sarah Reinecke  Administrative Assistant
Sarah Reinecke helps prepare coordinate and support company projects, along with research and development of grant applications. She has recently completed her Bachelors of Science degree in Communication from SUNY Fredonia where she acquired necessary technical skills needed for the job. Sarah produced a documentary entitled “Creating a Circle” in her last semester at college.
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