Nancy L. Zerbe
Ms. Nancy Zerbe, founder and President
of ARCH2, Inc., is an Architectural Historian with more than thirty years of
experience in historic preservation. Zerbe served as New Jersey's Governor-designated Deputy State Historic
Preservation Officer (SHPO) for eight years, and as a SHPO technical reviewer
for five years. She also worked as
an architectural historian for two private firms.
Ms. Zerbe's experience in historic preservation covers all aspects from
environmental reviews to preservation planning.
Administrator of New Jersey's Historic
Preservation Office (HPO) and as
the Deputy SHPO. Responsible for
the operations of ten state and federal historic preservation programs, twenty
staff members, and $1 million annual budget.
Accomplishments include expanding the Office from ten to twenty
employees, revising state regulations to streamline the environmental review
process, initiating the Main Street New Jersey economic revitalization program,
and serving as New Jersey's first elected member of the National Conference of
State Historic Preservation Officers' Board of Directors.
Assists clients with grant applications
to the New Jersey Historic Trust, Department of Transportation's ISTEA Program,
Institute of Museum Services, and the NJ Council for the Humanities.
Reviewed public projects submitted to
the NJ HPO under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, the NJ
Register of Historic Places Act, the National Environmental Policy Act, NJ
Executive Order No. 215, and Land Use Regulatory Element reviews (5 years).
While on staff of Paulus, Sokolowski, & Sartor, Inc., managed
cultural resources consultants on projects including the New Jersey Turnpike
Authority's Secaucus Interchange, Route 92, and Pennsylvania Extension and Route
130; and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's Hudson Waterfront
Development Project, City of Hoboken.
Provides cultural resources services
for numerous public projects, including: Route 571 road widening, South First
Street Bridge replacement, A.M. Best Office Development, Cranbury Business Park
development, Helen Street Extension Project, Ernston Road intersection
improvements, Route 528 road improvements, Southern New Jersey Light Rail
System, Newark/Elizabeth Rail Link – Elizabeth Segment, and Old Tappan Sewer
Authored New Jersey's Certified Local
Government Guidelines; edited Preservation New Jersey's handbook for local
preservation planning; assisted NJ
Transit in the planning of the NJ Railroad and Transportation Heritage Center;
and serves as advisor to historic preservation commissions.
CULTURAL RESOURCES DOCUMENTS
Authored or edited numerous cultural
resources documents, including:
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