Cindy Maselko is a registered architect with over 30 years of experience. Her work ranges from new single-family residential buildings, residential additions and renovations, to commercial fit-outs, multi-family structures, and light industrial new construction. She has been involved in all aspects of architecture, from schematic design to construction administration. Her work has been published in the NJ StarLedger.
In addition to her architectural experience, Ms. Maselko has collaborated with engineers to prepare reports for New York City (NYC) government, including Local Law 11 reports and Super Storm Sandy water remediation solutions for NYC housing complexes. She was involved in surveying and documenting the damage caused by the storm in the NYC Red Hook housing development. She has also performed historic preservation studies and renovations in NYC and Cape May to maintain the originality of the architecture while updating building systems to current safety codes. Ms. Maselko has vast knowledge of code compliance issues, and regularly participates in continuing education classes for up-to-date knowledge of new codes and standards.
Ms. Maselko was a member of her town’s Zoning Board of Adjustment for
six years. As a board member, she gained valuable experience in zoning and code regulation analysis. She has performed many zoning studies and has presented in front of many municipal planning, zoning and historic preservation boards.
Ms. Maselko received both her Master of Architecture (1988) and Bachelor of Science in Architecture (1985) degrees from The University of Maryland at College Park, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. She has lived and worked in New York City, Maryland, Virginia, Washington DC, and New Jersey.