John G. Waite Associates, Architects, PLLC
Matthew Scheidt has been the Project Manager for some of the firm’s most significant historic projects in his more than 11 years with the firm, including the renovation and restoration of Thomas Jefferson's Rotunda at the University of Virginia, the exterior restoration of the iconic Art Deco Cincinnati Union Terminal, the exterior restoration of Frederick Vanderbilt's Gilded Age mansion on the Hudson River, the restoration of Ralph Adams Cram’s All Saints Ashmont in Dorchester, Massachusetts, and the renovation and restoration of the 1906 Music Shed at the Ellen Battell Stoeckel Estate in Norfolk, Connecticut for the Yale University School of Music.
Mr. Scheidt is a registered architect and a LEED Accredited Professional. He has contributed to the fields of architecture and historic preservation as the Vice President of the Turpin Bannister Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians, as well as volunteering for several local community arts groups. He co-authored and presented a paper titled: The Art Deco Terrazzo Fountain at Cincinnati Union Terminal at the 2018 APT Buffalo Niagara Annual Conference and a paper titled: New Marble Capitals for Thomas Jefferson's Rotunda at the APT Conference in Kansas City.
Mr. Scheidt is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architect, Art and Planning and also attended Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Portsmouth in England.