Nancy Goldenberg

Nancy Goldenberg, LEED AP Principal Architect / Architectural Historian

Nancy Goldenberg, LEED AP
Principal
Architect /
Architectural Historian

Both an architect and architectural historian with over 30 years of professional experience, Nancy has focused her practice on the preservation of historic buildings. She began her career at the New York State Bureau of Historic Sites, where, working side-by side with fine arts conservators, she gained substantial training and experience in the conservation of stone, mortar, metals, plaster and paint.

Originally from the Bay Area, Nancy returned to California and work in the private sector where she afforded her unique combination of skills to such notable projects as the Palace of Fine Arts, Oakland City Hall, San Francisco City Hall, the California State Capitol and the Nevada Test Site. A registered Architect in California and a LEED Accredited Professional, Nancy earned a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of California Berkeley and a Master of Arts in Architectural History from Cornell University. Nancy currently serves on the board of San Francisco Heritage.

“The intersection of history and sustainability informs all of my projects. I continue to seek new ways to preserve both the built and natural environment.”