Historic treasures can be hidden in plain sight. Discovery may be the result of plans to maintain, update or develop the streets and buildings within a community or at local, state and federal facilities.
Our specialists exceed the Secretary of the Interior’s professional qualification standards. When the time comes to evaluate your cultural resources, we know which standards to apply, which documents to use and who will review and decide on the resource’s historic classification.
We work with engineers, permitting agencies and preservation offices to find solutions that work.
Historic bridge inventories
Cultural resource management
National Register nominations
Section 106 compliance
Section 4f compliance
Historic context for mid-century office buildings: how the postwar era changed where we work
April 16, 2019
Streamlining in practice, Reno’s Spaghetti Bowl
April 4, 2019
Using online technology to understand the past
February 22, 2019
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