The historic environment poses a unique challenge to federal, state, and local clients. That’s when we step in.
Preserving our past is key to exploring the future. From private owners to government agencies, clients trust Edwards-Pitman Environmental to help preserve and protect their historic buildings for future generations to enjoy. Our team of highly qualified architectural historians and historic preservation planners helps you to navigate the complex regulatory and preservation environment. From planning investigations through to implementation, we are prepared to respond to historic architecture’s technical and regulatory challenges.
Historic Architecture Services
Section 106 Compliance
Section 106 compliance requires historic architectural resource surveys to identify historic buildings, structures, and sites within the area of potential effect. At Edwards-Pitman Environmental, we evaluate properties, within their historic contexts, for National Register of Historic Places eligibility and collaborate with design professionals to avoid and minimize impact to historic resources.
Our work has supported private development activities, local and state government construction projects requiring a federal permit, and federally-funded construction activities. We understand that historic architecture is integral to our collective cultural heritage and should be preserved for future generations to enjoy.
Other Historic Architectural Services
- Historic architectural resource surveys
- National Register of Historic Places nominations
- Historic preservation planning services
- Design review guidelines for local historic districts
- Management plans for historic buildings
- Historic rehabilitation tax credit applications
- Historic context studies
- Condition assessments
- HABS/HAER documentation