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John Gajewski, MRICS

John Gajewski is the Technical Director of Historic Architecture Solutions at Partner Engineering & Science Inc. He advises commercial and corporate clients on risk management and value optimization of their historic buildings, property transactions, and portfolios.

With 23 years of experience as a full-lifecycle building consultant and construction project manager, Mr. Gajewski has extensive knowledge of both modern and historic buildings, serving high-profile commercial real estate and public clients globally. His expertise spans renovation, rehabilitation, enhancement, and repair of buildings of architectural and historic significance, including technical due diligence and construction projects. Highlights of his career include the UK Palace of Westminster and The Parliamentary Estate, The Institution of Civil Engineers, and historic bank branches for the Lloyds Banking Group Ltd, among others.

Mr. Gajewski has managed various scopes including property assessment and real estate due diligence; building pathology, condition surveys and defect analysis; capital expenditure planning and budgeting; design, consultancy, and specification; feasibility and viability studies; urban improvement and regeneration planning; historic preservation and impact mitigation; and statutory approvals and consents.

Prior to joining Partner, Mr. Gajewski was a Manager at CBRE’s Strategic Assessment division, the Head of Heritage Asset Consultancy at Arcadis, and a Director of Historic Building Consultancy and Project Management at BNP Paribas Real Estate.

Partner provides Historic Architecture Solutions for the global real estate industry. We help our clients manage risk, make smart investments, and bring historic buildings to life. We have a passion for giving our past a future.


Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS), Chartered Building Surveyor, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, London, UK.

Qualified Historic Preservationist: Meets the Professional Qualification Standards in Architectural History, from the Secretary of the Interior, USA (Code of Federal Regulations, 36 CFR Part 61).


Postgraduate Diploma in the Conservation of Historic Buildings, Architectural Association School of Architecture, London, UK.

Bachelor of Science in Building Surveying, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK.