Sara’s commitment to craftsmanship can be traced back to working alongside her dad in his woodshop. She loves working with her hands and partnering with artisans to build our client’s aspirations.
As a sustainability champion at Krueck Sexton Partners, she leads the firm’s commitment to achieve 100 percent net-zero energy on all of its projects by 2030.
Sara works closely with colleagues, clients, and project collaborators to ensure that our buildings achieve their design and environmental performance goals, rooted in her belief that an enduring building is the most important first step to creating a sustainable future and repairing the earth.
Sara has worked on projects at all scales—from boutique residences to major embassy compounds. Her current work includes the new Loyola Academy — Performing Arts Center, a preservation project for the U.S. Chief of Missions Residence — Paris, and an urban-scale security upgrade to the streets adjacent to the U.S. Embassy — Paris.
She has a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a master’s degree from Columbia University.