GOLDEN J.

ZENON, JR.*

ZBA, Then BCDM

SAY IT LOUD - Nebraska Exhibitor

Nebraska Based Designer

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GOLDEN J. ZENON, JR.* 

Bio:

Golden J. Zenon, Jr. was born on March 13, 1929, and grew up in Abbeville, Louisiana. He graduated from the University of Nebraska with a Bachelor of Architecture in 1955, whereupon he went to work for Leo A. Daly Company in Omaha. Zenon began his own practice, Zenon Beringer Architects, in Omaha, in 1976.

Role in Featured Project: 

Architect

Featured Project Description:

In 1976, Golden Zenon and Dave Beringer founded Zenon Beringer & Associates (ZBA). The two took their previous experience in educational design to create a firm that focused on educational environments. ZBA was one of the first established African-American firms in Omaha. His work earned him local and national recognition, and in 1986 he was named a member of the American Institute of Architects’ College of Fellows. At the time, he was one of only 10 Nebraskans to have received that distinction.

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