The U.S. Secretary of the Interior defines historic preservation as "retention of all historic fabric through conservation, maintenance, and repair." This category also includes resources for the related practice of rehabilitation, which includes replacement of severely deteriorated elements of the structure. This category is for architects, planners, craftspeople, and materials manufacturers whose primary speciality is historic preservation and rehabilitation and who routinely serve a national, international, or broadly regional clientele.
Consulting firm specializing in National Register nominations, tax credits, theatre restoration work, urban planning, local preservation laws, advocacy. Based in northeast Ohio, providing service throughout the U. S.
Provides documentation of historic barns and outbuildings in the U.S. that includes condition reports, historical narratives, physical descriptions, architectural documentation, historic site plans, and State and National Register nominations.
Serves government agencies, historic property owners and managers with surveys, permitting, US National Register nominations, HABS/HAER documents, restoration and conservation consulting and large format photography. Based in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.