Andrea is a Preservation Project Architect and Project Manager at HPZS. Andrea’s work primarily focuses on existing buildings, specifically renovation, adaptive reuse, and historical restoration and recreation projects. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies from the University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign and a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from Columbia University.

Andrea's work encompasses a variety of institutional, commercial, residential, and religious buildings, including most notably the award-winning restoration of Eero Saaranin's famed TWA Flight Center. She has contributed her expertise on several repair and restoration campaigns at the base of the Statue of Liberty for the National Parks Service. Additionally, she is an experienced architectural researcher and conditions assessment surveyor. Andrea is an active Board member of the Columbia University Preservation Alumni, engaging alumni throughout the country, focusing on the organization's mentorship efforts.

Andrea Sforza, AIA, CSI