Bachelor of Arts (cum laude) in Community Design, Dartmouth College
Master of Architecture, University of California Berkeley
Master of Professional Studies in Resource Economics, University of Maine
David Foley has worked in the fields of energy efficiency environmental building since 1980, as a designer, builder, teacher and researcher. Since 1994, he has been a partner in Holland and Foley Architecture, LLC, a small firm engaged in environmental building design and consulting. Prior to 1994, David has worked for the Maine State Energy Office, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Fisher-Friedman Architects of San Francisco, William R. Sepe Architect and Planner of Camden, Maine, John Scholz Architects of Camden, Maine, and others. In 1996, David was one of six U.S. recipients of a German Marshall Fund Environmental Fellowship, to research "green" buildings in Europe. His design for an affordable environmental house was awarded "Best Life-Cycle Cost" by the Maine State Housing Authority in 2006. David lives with his wife Judy Berk in Northport, Maine, in a home he designed and built.