Nancy Malone has dedicated her career to designing beautiful, regionally appropriate, high-performance buildings. Many of Nancy’s projects have received awards for design excellence and sustainable design, including two COTE Top Ten awards. Currently Nancy is project principal for Save the Redwoods League Visitor Center in Redwoods National & State Parks in Northern California. She is also designing a zero-net energy home in San Rafael, CA, and a new off-the-grid visitor center for Joshua Tree National Monument.
Nancy was project principal for the award-winning passively heated and cooled, zero-net energy Jess Jackson Sustainable Winery Building at the University of California, Davis and the zero-net energy National Environmental Science Center in Yosemite National Park. She coordinated LEED-accreditation for Orinda City Hall (LEED Gold) and the David Brower Center in Berkeley (LEED Platinum). Nancy has served on several advisory groups creating or advising on green building standards and rating systems. She was awarded LEED Fellowship in 2012.