Sarah Kloze joined EverGreene as a Project Manager in 2013, bringing nearly two decades of experience in preservation and construction to our team. Prior to EverGreene, Sarah spent eleven years at Columbia University Facilities as the Director of Exteriors and Historic Preservation, leading the design and execution of restoration projects for the University’s 250 buildings. The challenge of managing 100+ projects per year allowed her to develop strong organization, communication, and management skills, making her an invaluable asset to our Project Management Team. Early in her career, Sarah worked as an architectural conservator and a decorative painter, gaining experience investigating and replicating historic finishes, as well as completing interior and exterior condition assessments, testing, and creating mockups for various types of masonry restoration work.
Since Sarah joined EverGreene, she has managed many of our most prestigious projects including The New York Public Library's Rose Reading Room, Bergdorf Goodman, The Rainbow Room and is currently managing the Enoch Pratt Library in Baltimore, Maryland.
Sarah earned a BS in Studio Art from New York University and an MS in Historic Preservation from Columbia University.