New York, NY—July 29, 2019
Effective immediately, Sarah Kloze will be leading EverGreene’s Project Management team, responsible for the execution of some of the most significant restoration and conservation projects in the country. In this new role, her responsibilities include the management of the over 160 Union and Non-Union craftspeople, engaged in projects all over the country.
Kloze is currently completing a three-year-long restoration for Enoch Pratt Library in collaboration with Binder Beyer Belle Architects and Gilbane. As a Baltimore native, this library is the place where she first discovered a passion for architecture, inspiring a career in historic preservation and architectural conservation.
Kloze joined EverGreene in 2013 as a Project Manager and was promoted to Senior Project Manager in 2018. She responsibly lead the historic restoration of project including the New York Public Library’s Rose Main Reading Room and the Rainbow Room. Before joining EverGreene, Kloze was the Director of Exteriors and Historic Preservation at Facilities Department of Columbia University, where she was responsible for design and execution of restoration projects for the University’s 250 buildings. She continues to work on campus with Columbia University as a longtime client liaison.
Sarah Kloze holds a B.S. in Studio Art from New York University and a M.S. in Historic Preservation from Columbia University.