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John A. Matteo


John A. Matteo, PE, FAAR 
Principal at 1200 Architectural Engineers, PLLC and Lecturer, Johns Hopkins University

1200 Architectural Engineers, PLLC
210 N. Lee Street #210
Alexandria, VA 22314
T (703) 350-4151 Ext. 102
M (202) 277-5386

Founding Principal at 1200 Architectural Engineers, John Matteo has a master’s in civil engineering from Princeton University and studied as Fulbright Scholar in Lausanne, Switzerland. Mr. Matteo served in the adjunct faculty at Columbia University, the University of Virginia, and currently serves as Lecturer in Civil & Systems Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. He was awarded the 2007 Kress Mid-Career Grant by the James Marston Fitch Foundation and the 2011 Rome Prize in Historic Preservation and Conservation at the American Academy in Rome. Mr. Matteo’s career has focused on preservation engineering, with a diverse range of projects that include preservation work at multiple Frank Lloyd Wright sites, including Fallingwater, Taliesin, Taliesin West, and Price Tower. Additional work includes the renovation of the University of Virginia Rotunda, Baltimore’s Peabody Library, and numerous historic projects local to his office in Old Town Alexandria, VA. He is a registered Professional Engineer.