Jack Zehren is the Founder and President of Zehren and Associates. As an architect and planner, much of Jack’s work has been focused on the design of new communities, often in areas with important environmental settings. In this endeavor, Jack has worked in a variety of locations throughout the United States and in foreign countries including Argentina, Chile, Korea, Vietnam, China, India, Mexico, Costa Rica, and Germany. Jack looks at every project as an opportunity and challenge to bring the elements of nature and culture together and to create a meaningful and exciting experience for people through the design of architecture and public places.
Jack is a registered Architect and has authored the Design Guidelines, which direct the architecture of many leading international resort communities such as those of Beaver Creek, Colorado, La Estancia de Cafayate, Argentina, and the Santa Barbara Ranch in California. He was the Chairman of the Beaver Creek Design Review Board during a 20-year period of build-out. The resort architecture and planning that has been completed by Jack has been recognized for its creativity and design merit. Of particular significance is the Master Planning of Beaver Creek, Colorado that received the Snow Country Magazine Award for Best Resort.
Jack is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, and he holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Minnesota. On a personal note, he is an owner and breeder of Peruvian Paso Horses and has held board positions and served as President of their national association.