Personal Greeting Phillip Neuberg, FAIA

National Institute of Standards & Technology

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National Institute of Standards & Technology
Gaithersburg, MD


A registered architect and historic preservation professional, Phil Neuberg serves as the Federal Preservation Officer  for the National Institute of Standards and Technology's (NIST) within the NIST Office of Facilities & Property Management, with primary responsibility for shaping NIST’s Cultural Resources program nationwide, at the four primary campus locations in Gaithersburg, MD; Boulder and Ft. Collins, CO: as well as at Kekaha on the island of Kauai, HI.

Phil has decades of experience in the planning, design, construction phases of historic preservation projects both at NIST and at the NIH where he also served as the Federal Preservation Officer and the Chief of the Facilities Programming and Planning Branch. Elected to the College of Fellows in 2017, prior professional experience includes roles as Historical Architect for the Utah SHPO, Senior Architect and Planner at Yale University, and historic preservation consultant to various federal agencies including FEMA, USPS and DoD.


University of Virginia
Charlottesville, Virginia, United States
Master of Architectural History, 1981
Architectural History & Historic Preservation
1979 To 1981
Dissertation: Acoustics of Louis Sullivan's Auditorium Theater
Advisor: Richard Guy Wilson

University of Illinois
Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, United States
Bachelor of Architecture Science, 1978
Architectural Studies
1974 To 1978

Job History

the National Institute of Standards and Technology
Federal Preservation Officer
Gaithersburg, MD, United States
April 2016 - present

the National Institutes of Health
Federal Preservation Officer & Chief of Master Planning Branch
Bethesda, MD, United States

AECom (formerly URS Corporation)
Architectural History Team Lead
Gaithersburg, MD, United States