As architects, we know the value of taking pride in your built environment, and we strive to create and preserve that pride. Since 1977, Berggren Architects has had the honor of preserving Nebraska’s finest architecture.
Today, we work in preservation and restoration, new sustainable construction, and consulting for all building types from churches and museums to courthouses and private residences.
What We Offer
We offer restoration and preservation of your historic structures. Using extraordinary materials and craftsmanship, our historic structures are a lasting tribute to the people for whom they were built.
We offer consulting services to both general clients and professional clients in sharing our knowledge and expertise in the area of historic preservation. Our master planning and preservation planning prepares our clients to be better able to plan for the life of their historic structures and districts.
We know the meaning of sustainability because of our in-depth work with structures which have stood the test of time. We offer sustainable and green new construction which is historically sympathetic, including in the form of additions.
Join our Team
Large Firm Projects
Our firm is involved in a wide range of projects from small historic houses to large public buildings in nearly every corner of Nebraska. We are also starting to reach beyond to other states, such as our involvement with the Wyoming State Capitol restoration effort.
Small Firm Culture
At Berggren Architects, we can offer an efficient, cordial work environment right in the heart of Downtown Lincoln. Staff members young and old will have access to a variety of exciting historic projects!
Hosted by Nebraska Main Street Network: “Good, Better, Best: How to Protect Your Building While on the Road to Recovery”
Jerry Berggren invites you to interact with him during a 60-minute webinar to learn the practical possibilities for maintaining your historic structures. By identifying Mother Nature’s “weapons” of destruction, Jerry will share with you ways to recover from this...
The first phase of restoration on the City of Cheyenne’s historic water fountain, located at Cheyenne Regional Airport, is now complete. The waterproofing on the upper bowl and the tile on the lower bowl of the fountain were replaced after spalling occurred due to exposure to many Cheyenne winters. After years of sitting idle, the city plans to revive use of the fountain once again.
Master craftsman and stonemason Nigel Copsey presents "Rediscovering Traditional Mortars - The More Sustainable Solution." This workshop teaches the importance of "like for like" strategies for repairing mortar joints in masonry structures. It also instructs...