Andrea brings over 25 years of specialized experience in Philadelphia's corporate interiors and architecture market to partner with clients toward successful project outcomes. She is adept at managing the entire project process from initial strategic needs assessment, through design and development of workplace strategies, including analysis of potential solutions and implementation through consultant selection and coordination, furniture procurement, cost control, construction administration and project management.
At Savills, Andrea complements the brokerage teams with project management expertise to provide clients with a full-service tenant representation package – from the space search and lease negotiation through design, construction and occupancy. Her performance exceeds client expectations, yielding high-performance workplaces and projects completed on time and budget within a cooperative environment.
Andrea’s notable clients and projects include Aberdeen Standard Investments, Amtrak, GS1, Tierney, ZS Associates, Association Headquarters, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, Penn Capital Management, Archer & Greiner PC, Independence Blue Cross, and Endo Health Solutions as well as the Environmental Protection Agency.
Prior to joining Savills, Andrea was an associate and director of staff development at L2 Partridge LLC in Philadelphia, focusing on the development and delivery of large- scale corporate and government interiors projects. She was responsible for pre-lease activities, including utilization studies, occupancy elevations and visioning sessions, as well as design and construction documentation, change management, budget and schedule oversight, and business development.
Awards, Achievements and Activities
Andrea is superbly qualified in her industry as both an LEED AP (accredited professional) and certified interior designer by the NCIDQ.
Drexel University, Bachelor of Science, Interior Design, cum laude
- Aberdeen Standard Investments
- Professional Services
- Financial Services
- Nonprofits & Associations