Older buildings and historic sites have special needs, so to help you find the right person to protect and care for your historic property, this Directory includes professionals with expertise in many aspects of preservation. Enter keywords in the search box below to find professionals with particular specialties or who practice in your city. Disclaimer.
- Archaeologist (10)
- Architect (12)
- Architectural Historian (14)
- Building Contractor (13)
- Building/Safety Codes Consultant (5)
- Carpenter/Wood Conservator (8)
- Cemetery Delineation and Removal Expert (4)
- Craftsperson (General) (9)
- Electrician (1)
- Engineer (2)
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Expert (4)
- Glass Conservator/Replacement (2)
- Historian (General) (12)
- Interior Designer (2)
- Land Surveyor (1)
- Landscape Architect (3)
- Lead Paint Removal/Abatement Contractor (2)
- Log/Timber Contractor (1)
- Masonry Contractor (3)
- Materials Conservator (6)
- Materials Supplier (1)
- Metals/Hardware Contractor (2)
- Object Conservator (2)
- Other (7)
- Paint Analysis Expert (1)
- Painter/Paint Restoration Contractor (3)
- Photographer/Videographer (1)
- Plasterer (1)
- Plumber (1)
- Preservation Planner (11)
- Realtor/Real Estate Management (1)
- Roofer (5)
- Tax Credit Applications Expert (7)
- Window Conservator (5)
AARCHER is a consulting services firm founded in 1997 to help organizations manage environmental risk and meet their environmental performance goals.
We provide archaeological, architectural history, and historical services nationally to assist clients in complying with federal, state, and local laws and regulations.
We are here for any and all of your home needs!
Kitchens & Bathrooms, Natural Stone & Laminate Countertops, Carpet, Hardwood & Linoleum, Attic & Basement Finishing, Window & Door Replacement, Custom Home Sound System & Theater, Custom Trim & Caulking, Historical Preservation & Woodwork, Drywall & Painting, Ceramic & Marble Tile, Framing, Fences & Decks, Gutters, Roofing & Siding, Custom Ironwork, Plumbing, Electrical & HVAC, Footers, Post & Beams, Masonry Patios, Foundations & Mudjacking, Landscapes, Hardscapes, & Maintanence, Everything Residential
OTHER RESIDENTIAL SERVICES
Home Inspections For Pre-Purchase
Organization & Hauling
Home Staging & Design
Custom Home Theater & Sound
We work with Homeowners, Investors, Real Estate Agents,
Architects, Engineers, and other Contractors.
Thirty-plus years of historical restoration experience, principally on the Upper Eastern Shore of Maryland. Based in Chestertown from 1977 – 2010, we have performed numerous restorations as a general contractor in Kent, Queen Annes, Talbot and Cecil Counties. The projects have ranged from complete-gut restorations (Wide Hall – Chestertown), to structural underpinning, moving houses, reproduction millwork, epoxy column repairs (Kent County Courthouse) antique window restoration, and the coordination of modern mechanical systems into historical buildings. Too many projects to list here. I have served as a general contractor, restoration consultant and carpenter on various smaller projects in the Baltimore area. I offer complete restoration services, including construction management of large and small projects.
Applied Archaeology and History Associates, Inc. (AAHA) is a small, women-owned, consulting firm established in 1998 to provide archaeological investigations, historical and architectural studies, and related management and historic preservation services for clients in the Mid-Atlantic. We focus our efforts on defining and satisfying client needs not only to address local, state, and federal cultural resource mandates, but to manage public perceptions of heritage issues and to provide applied research to support heritage tourism and site restoration initiatives. To date AAHA has completed almost 200 archaeological investigations in the Mid-Atlantic region. This depth of experience has allowed us to serve our clients more efficiently and gain an in-depth understanding of the archaeological record.
AAHA strives to provide high-quality, innovative, professional services at competitive prices to deliver exceptional value for our clients. Because we are a small firm each project receives the direct personal attention of one of the firm’s key senior staff, thus insuring that all aspects of our projects delivered on time and are professional in every respect.
AAHA is certified by Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey as a DBE with certification pending in Virginia and Pennsylvania. Jeanne A. Ward, President, is a Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA). In addition, Ms. Ward’s professional qualifications exceed U. S. Department of the Interior standards for both archaeologists and historians as published in Title 36 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 61.
Since 2011 Archaeological Response Consultants (ARC), now based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has dedicated its staff and volunteers to afford in-depth cultural resource management in compliance with Federal Law Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act as well as providing local curation and research services to local museums and historical societies.
BELL Architects, PC is an award-winning architectural design firm, founded in 1999 by David Bell, AIA, LEEDap BD+C. BELL Architects specializes in challenging urban and historically-sensitive sites. The certified local small business and HUBZone firm located in Washington, DC has demonstrated success with historic preservation, sustainable design and adaptive reuse and the regulatory review process on existing buildings with private and public sector clients.
The staff of 15 has expertise in site analysis, master planning, rehabilitation, systems integration and the public consultation and approval process. There are LEED accredited design professionals who have worked extensively with LEED certified projects. BELL Architects developed their office, a DC historic building into a LEED certified rehabilitation.
BELL Architects is a leader in the field of historic preservation and rehabilitation A/E design services, and has extensive experience in historic preservation, restoration and renovation. They have worked with private and public sector clients on a variety of historic and adaptive reuse projects including schools, libraries, performing arts, recreation centers, mixed-use, offices, institutional facilities, multi-modal transportation facilities and master planning.
BELL Architects provides Section 106 Consulting to protect the integrity of historic properties and addresses the concerns of public interest. Many of their projects require oversight by multiple review authorities, such as the National Capitol Planning Commission (NCPC), US Commission of Fine Arts (CFA), Maryland Historical Trust (MHT), Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE), Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT), DC Historic Preservation Office (DC HPO), Virginia State Historic Preservation Office (VA SHPO), DC Department of Transportation (DDOT), local planning commission and other related review agencies. Often, BELL obtains a certificate of appropriateness, zoning adjustment or other preliminary approval, prior to proceeding with design development.
Professional historic remodeling contractor specializing in window restoration, woodwork, epoxy repairs, and other aspects of historic restoration. A sampling of sites that I have worked on in the past are:
Historic Old Wallville Schoolhouse – Prince Frederick, MD
Historic St. Barnabas Church – Bowie, MD
Private historic residences in Scientists Cliffs – Port Republic, MD; Huntingtown, MD; Halethorpe, MD; City of Annapolis to name a few
I perform the majority of the historic restoration work myself and I also have access to highly qualified professionals for other areas of work as projects dictate. I trained with historic preservationist, John Leeke of Portland, Maine to learn window restoration techniques.
My family and I reside in Owings, MD in a circa 1842 Gothic Revival which we are restoring. I look forward to helping you preserve your historic home as well.
We execute historically thoughtful, sensitive design and rehabilitation work for residential and community projects built over time. We promote the use of historic tax credits to encourage the use of the construction materials so critical to maintaining the historic fabric of these unique buildings.
In 1972 I entered into a formal apprenticeship, and worked under Floyd Ulmer, a fourth generation Pennsylvania Carpenter born in 1899. Among his peers, Floyd was considered a Carpenter’s Carpenter. Working under him, I enjoyed many projects, including Paca House, Victualing Warehouse, the Barracks, The Market Place, The Tom Thumb Railroad, London Towne Publik House and more.
Having become a journeyman, I set out in 1978 and did the restoration on Slicer Shiplap House, Gassaway-Feldmeyer House, Retilick Brewer House, Jonas Greene House and others. Old houses being a constant source of repairs and maintenance, I’ve enjoyed working on Chase LLoyd House, Hammond Harwood House, John Hopkins House among others. As my interests turned to structures and structural failure, providence led me to many periods of work at Blair House in Washington. there my interests turned again to finish work, where we had the privilege of building the handicap access in the East Wing of the White House.
I am quite blessed in the work that has been given me and currently enjoy the privilege of working on many very unique architectural features at the U.S. Naval Academy.
If there is any one piece of advice I could pass on to those seeking a career, I would encourage them to find what they can be passionate about, and strive to be the best they can be. Everything else will fall in place.
Catherine has 30+ years of work experience in the field of historic preservation- in the SHPO, Maryland Historical Trust (Office of Preservation Services in grants, loans, preservation easements, and technical related services); and independently as a preservation consultant in the related fields of microscopic paint analyses for historic structures, primary research for nominations to the National Register of Historic Places, State Inventory, Century farm, and American decorative arts.
Clients for paint analyses have included: US Department of the Interior; US Naval Academy; State of MD’s Office of the Senate & Speaker of the House; State Department of Natural Resources; Johns Hopkins Univ; City of Annapolis; numerous historical societies and nonprofit organizations and private individuals owning historic structures. Awards received for this work have included: 2014 & 2013 for Rockville Police Headquarters, Rockville, MD; 1996 for Jerusalem Mill, Kingsville, MD; 1995 for Belair Mansion, Bowie, MD; 1991 & 1992 for Pine St Police Station, Baltimore, MD.
DOE’s and State Inventory forms have been produced for 13 properties statewide, owned by the State of MD’s Department of Natural Resources.
Primary independent research has resulted in two publications: The Adams Home Farm of Northwest Fork Hundred. Dover, DC: Delaware Heritage Press, 2013. The Richards House, Locust Grove, Greenwood, DE. NY: Worth Publishers, 1980.
Catherine was asked in 2004 to teach at Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, MD where she is now an adjunct faculty member, teaching classes related to American architectural history, historic preservation and American decorative arts in four school locations.
She holds an MS degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture & Planning, NY, NY-1980 and a BA degree in Art History from James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA- 1976.
CEM Design has built a reputation for excellence in providing award-winning design and management solutions to hundreds of commercial and residential clients. Our primary areas of focus are historic restoration and renovation, and environmentally sustainable “green” design. While these may seem to be very different areas of expertise, we believe they are essentially complimentary. The most sustainable building conserves and reuses the embodied energy of an existing building.
CEM Design is committed to the principles providing comprehensive, personalized service; designing aesthetically appropriate, innovative projects that utilize state of the art materials and methods; and insuring that projects are completed on time and within budget. We have received several awards for our thoughtful, innovative designs, and numerous accolades for the thoroughness and accuracy of the documents we produce.
We are licensed architects in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, Colorado, and Massachusetts, and we hold national certification (NCARB). We are LEED Certified by the US Green Buildings Council, Energy Star Partners, members of Green America and the Maryland Green Registry.
Charles Belfoure is an architect that only specializes in historic preservation. He qualifies as a historic preservation architect and an architectural historian under the Secretary of Interior's Qualification Standards. He is also a historic tax credit consultant who has done many buildings in the Baltimore - Washington area. He is a published architectural historian as the co-author of The Baltimore Rowhouse, Niernsee & Neilson - Architects of Baltimore, author of Monuments to Money - the Architecture of American Banks, Edmund Lind - Anglo-American Architect of Baltimore and the South. In addition, he does National Register nominations, historic structures reports, and 106 review.
Prior to founding his award-winning firm in 1998, Charles held leadership positions with distinguished architectural and planning firms designing a wide range of residential and commercial projects. This experience combined with his passion for designing fine homes led him to open his own residentially-focused architecture and planning firm on Maryland’s beautiful Eastern Shore. The exceptional natural beauty and vernacular traditions of the Shore captivate and inspire him.
Projects range from elegant waterfront estates and casual weekend retreats to historically-sensitive renovations and additions. Charles has developed an expertise designing for sensitive coastal areas and in navigating the complex matrix of planning, zoning and environmental regulations. Although residential commissions have been a constant throughout his career, he selectively takes on non-residential commissions where the client’s commitment to quality is paramount.
Charles works very closely with his clients, their builders and craftspeople to create enduring architecture – to be cherished for generations.
Member: American Institute of Architects, American Institute of Certified Planners, Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, National Trust for Historic Preservation – Leadership Forum, US Green Building Council, Preservation Maryland, Association for Preservation Technology
Clinton Brown Company Architecture, the full service historic preservation architecture firm, has more than 26 years of experience in collaboratively designing the revitalization of heritage buildings and places, balancing existing conditions, ideal vision and resources across a wide range of successful Historic Preservation projects. As a grant writing firm, we have helped our clients raise more than $31 million for their projects.
We perform specialized professional architectural and project management services in renovation, rehabilitation, adaptive reuse and historic preservation projects, with Historic Structure Reports and Building Condition Assessments, Historic Resource/Cultural Resource Surveys, Local Landmark and State/National Registers of Historic Places nominations, Historic Tax Credit Applications and grant writing and administration services for high-quality educational, institutional, governmental, commercial, and individual clients.
Coastal Archaeology & History Research, Inc. (CAHR) is a small cultural resource consulting company with offices in southern Maryland and south-central Florida. Established in 2008, CAHR’s staff and consultants have over thirty years of experience in historic preservation and archaeology throughout the U.S east coast. CAHR’s diverse team of professionals provides a range of preservation services including terrestrial and underwater archaeological survey; architectural and historic structure survey; historic designation and National Register nomination; municipal preservation planning and best practice consulting, and historic materials conservation. Through a variety of professional partnerships with professionally licensed architects, general contractor, and specialized trades CAHR is able to provide and coordinate numerous historic preservation special projects including historic structure additions, relocation, rehabilitation, and restoration carpentry and masonry work. CAHR’s clients have included municipal governments, utility companies, engineering/development firms, and private individuals.
General architectural practice located in Carroll County, Maryland.
EHT Traceries, Inc., is a certified woman-owned small business specializing in history and historic preservation. Since 1977, our award-winning firm has provided its clients with a wide range of professional services, including archival research, survey and documentation, evaluation, regulatory compliance, and preservation planning. EHT Traceries has a staff of architectural historians, historians, preservation planners, and preservation specialists, all of whom meet the professional qualifications prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior (36 CFR 61).
At ENCORE, we believe the adaptive reuse of existing and historic buildings is an inherently sustainable pursuit. We work to create beautifully (re)designed spaces that can help our clients capitalize on the financial and cultural incentives of reusing existing buildings. Our team consists of trained architects, preservationists, and sustainable design consultants who can navigate the design, documentation, and certification process with east.
We offer a full spectrum of services for all needs pertaining to existing and historic buildings. Our services include:
Architectural Design, Preservation Design & Regulatory Compliance, Sustainability Consulting & Documentation, Historic Tax Credits
We have offices near Annapolis (see listing details) and in Easton:
111 SOUTH WASHINGTON STREET
EASTON, MD 21601
P: (410) 770-9009
Historic restoration requires craftsman with special skills and experience. Gant Brunnett Architects has the knowledge and expertise to assist your organization with all aspects of the project development including planning, condition surveys, historic tax credit applications, production of construction drawings and oversight of the restoration construction. We are regularly engaged in preservation projects that require close coordination with local and State historic preservation officials, as well as public funding sources. Our award winning portfolio includes numerous National Historic Trust listed properties, including Landmark designated buildings similar to the recently completed Clifton Mansion; the former home of Johns Hopkins.
Established in 1987, Gray & Pape is a national consulting firm specializing in cultural resources management and historic preservation services. Working under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, we assist clients with navigating the federal and state requirements for projects that may potentially effect historic resources. Through eight corporate offices we provide professional consultation for all phases of work, and have established a strong reputation with clients in the energy, transportation, and government sectors for understanding the intricacies of project engineering and permitting. Our staff of more than 50 professionals include archaeologists, architectural historians, GIS Specialists, and preservation planning experts. Each meets or exceeds the Secretary of Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards (36 CFR 61 Appendix A) and are listed as qualified professionals on multiple State Historic Preservation Offices’ consultant lists.
Over 25 years of experience in the restoration or replacement of slate, tile, architectural metal roofing, such as copper, gutters, downspouts, historic restoration, new construction, routine maintenance. Preserving old structures, both private and public.
JMA, a CCRG company, is a professional consulting firm specializing in a broad range of historic preservation, design, and cultural resource services. Established in 1968, JMA maintains offices in West Chester, Pennsylvania, and Alexandria and Charlottesville, Virginia. JMA’s multi-disciplinary staff includes landscape architects; landscape historians; prehistoric, historic, urban, and geoarcheologists; preservation planners; historians; and architectural historians, all of whom meet or exceed the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards for their respective professions and disciplines. A support staff of CAD, GIS, and IT specialists, field and laboratory assistants, and administrative personnel further augments this professional expertise. This diverse, knowledgeable, and experienced staff interacts closely, providing each client with a breadth of in-house expertise rarely found in one firm, and ensuring a streamlined and comprehensive approach to every undertaking. JMA approaches each project with a full appreciation for the client’s objectives, constraints, schedule, and budget. JMA’s professionals successfully complete projects using a system of effective planning, project management, cost control, quality management, contract administration, and technical support. JMA’s diversity of expertise and projects, as well as a familiarity with many geographic regions is the firm’s hallmark and greatest strength. JMA also provides professional services to a wide range of clients. Private clients include architectural and engineering firms, professional and nonprofit organizations, foundations, institutions, corporations, individual property owners, and developers. Public-sector clients at the local, state, and federal levels include governmental agencies responsible for resource stewardship and preservation, as well as development-oriented agencies.
If you have found my listing you either need a mason now for a comparison estimate or you may be looking to buy or sell a structure that you need someone to look at and help you decide what it needs and how much it will cost to fix. Like many clients; you may not want any particular work done, you just need to grasp what is going on with the cracks or deterioration your looking at and you want to make an educated decision based on your own common sense and someone from the field. I have come up with a way that is fair to you and me. If you need something repaired and you live within my work area I will come free of charge and produce an estimate for you. An estimate that spells out what needs to be done with diagrams if needed. I will educate you as to why the damage occurred in the first place, how it needs to be fixed so it lasts and what the cost will be. You get two other estimates to compare prices based on what needs to be done, with what materials and how they are installed. If you need a consult only; someone to walk around a structure, point out problem areas, give you ideas of cost and headaches associated with problems I can come to the site for a fee of $3 per mile. That would be the distance up and back from my residence to your structure. An example would be if the commute was 20 miles away then the price would be 40 x 3 = $120. This enables people to have someone out, go through the structure and get another opinion before decisions are made. Please call and I will gladly forward resume, pictures of work, references. I am not a certified home inspector. I am not a structural engineer. I have been doing masonry for thirty years. I want to be able to use you for a reference. Picture below from Ladew Topiary Gardens in Monkton, Md.
Woodturning. Stair spindles, newels, finials, curved handrails & mouldings, straight, tapered & fluted columns up to 13 ft. Cornice brackets, historic reproductions, custom designs. Small quantities welcome. Reclaimed lumber available.
We have provided Structural Engineering services for historic structures in the Maryland area for over 30 years. Our services include stabilization, rehabilitation and additions including analysis and design for completed structures, construction sequencing, temporary shoring and bracing, and underpinning.
Specializes in the conservation, preservation, restoration of cemeteries, gravestones, and monuments along with their landscapes, hardscapes, and other funerary objects such as mausoleums, walls, fences, chapels and cold storage facilities and structures.
Provides comprehensive assessment reports, prioritizes the scope of work based upon severity and budget costs as well as comprehensive and concise treatment reports and recommendations for maintenance and longevity.
ePIPE (epoxy pipe lining), provides an effective solution for restoring leaking and corroded water pipes in historic properties, commercial properties, hotels, health-care facilities and schools. Unlike a repipe, installation is non-invasive, economical and non-disruptive. Also, ePIPE Lead-Free, Leak-Free™ Pipe Protection reduces the amount of lead leaching into drinking water to well below the EPA and WHO cutoff levels of 15ppb and 10ppb respectively.
The patented system is based on "in-place" pipe restoration technology. Pipes are accessed through existing plumbing fixtures and valves, nearly or completely eliminating the need to cut open walls and ceilings. We can even isolate sections of the piping system allowing the remainder of the property to continue operations during the restoration. Projects can be completed in phases over days, weeks or months. A schedule will be tailored to meet the specific needs of your facility.
A permanent, safe solution for potable water systems, ePIPE uses only pipe lining and coating materials that are NSF approved and UPC/IPC listed."
Doug Reed started in 1972 and few can match his experience and range of consulting services. Doug reviews historic structures for preparation of plans and specification preparation, advises owners on proper procedures, materials, and processes on rehabilitation of historic homes and other structures. Doug can research and write historic structure reports, assistant owners, architects and engineers in properly identifying problems and selecting the correct methods for repairs. If you want proven experience call Doug.
Retrospect, LLC is a private research and consulting firm specializing in architectural documentation and historic preservation. Founded in 2006 by Sherri Marsh Johns, the firm successfully provides clients with a range of cultural resource management services. Staff credentials are especially strong in the areas of architectural and historical research; survey and documentation; and historic preservation law compliance.
Retrospect, LLC specializes in mid-Atlantic vernacular architecture, but has experience documenting a variety of property types throughout much of the continental United States and Caribbean. Professional projects include National Register and National Historic Landmark evaluations and nominations; thematic studies; NEPA/NHPA compliance; historic property survey and identification; and State Historic Preservation Office inventory documentation.
Robinson & Associates, Inc., is a historic resources firm specializing in architectural, landscape, and cultural history. With over 25 years of experience, the firm has a longstanding expertise in projects similar to the Arlington House rehabilitation and preservation project, as well as extensive experience on projects with the National Park Service. The firm's credentials are particularly strong in the area of review under the National Historic Preservation Act. Firm members' strong understanding of preservation legislation and regulations; issues of historic significance, context, and compatibility; and Section 106 review has facilitated the success of many rehabilitation and restoration projects. The firm’s goals are to provide a solid research foundation upon which to base decisions on rehabilitation and/or new construction; to identify levels of historic significance on which to base treatment standards; to advise on issues of compliance with historic preservation regulations; to write historical sections of Historic Structures and Cultural Landscape Reports and other documents; and to evaluate the impact of proposed construction upon the general character and significance of historic properties.
Offering award-winning professional roofing services to the Mid-Atlantic region for over 75 years- Residential and Commercial Roofing. Since 1939, Ruff Roofers has achieved a solid reputation as a skilled and experienced contractor. In fact, we base our success on cooperation and repeat business with the many satisfied clients that we continually produce. Ruff Roofers has crowned many of Maryland’s finest homes and buildings
Installation of all types of Roofing Slate, Tile and Copper Specialists, Shingle and Cedar Shake, Fabrication and Installation of Metal Roofing, Application of all Low Slope Roofing, Specializing in Historic Restoration
SEARCH is a leading nationwide and global provider of cultural resources services to government and commercial customers in the Defense, Energy, Transportation, and Development markets. SEARCH is a full-service company, and we offer a multidisciplinary integration of our five divisions: Archaeology, Maritime Archaeology, Architectural History, History and Archives, and Heritage Design.
Our staff of more than 80 professionals works from 15 offices nationwide, including Hawai‘i, Guam, and our 11,000-square-foot curation facility outside Washington, DC. Since 1993, SEARCH has conducted over 2,000 projects across 27 US states, 6 US territories, and 16 countries in Oceania, Asia, Africa, Europe, the Americas, and the West Indies.
We are a licensed HVAC & Plumbing Company in Maryland specializing in working on older homes. We are experts in retrofitting older homes with the small duct high velocity air conditioning system. In addition, we service and replace all types of heating and cooling systems. We service Montgomery, Anne Arundel, Prince George’s and Baltimore Counties, as well as Baltimore City.
Established in 1969, Skelly and Loy is a privately owned, mid-sized corporation with 6 Mid-Atlantic offices. The firm provides a myriad of professional engineering and environmental services to various public and private sector clients throughout the United States and abroad. As trends change and markets emerge, Skelly and Loy continues to build on its strong foundation and enhances its offering of professional services of mining, civil, and environmental engineering; National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance studies (EISs, EAs, CEEs, etc.); natural resource management including wetlands, aquatic studies, and wildlife management; environmental, mining, and wastewater permitting; noise and air quality investigations; hazardous waste management investigations and remedial design; industrial hygiene studies; archaeological, cultural, and historical studies and documentation; digital information technology; and equipment sales, installation, operation, and maintenance of municipal, industrial, commercial, and private water, wastewater, and remediation treatment systems.
Experts with broadly based experience and sound technical skills work closely together to produce the superior work for which the firm is well known. Clients' requirements and desires are always kept foremost by working closely with them to develop the project. The cooperation between Skelly and Loy professionals and clients allows cross-pollination of ideas from many fields of expertise, as well as from the client's own particular insight and experience. In each task undertaken, project personnel are carefully chosen to encompass the full range of disciplines required to completely analyze a problem and provide the best practical solution.
Durable Slate is exclusively a slate, clay-tile and metal roofing company. We have been in business since 1987, beginning in Columbus OH, expanding to Cleveland and Cincinnati, and for the past three years in Rockville and Baltimore, MD.
Our purpose statement is to perform these historic trades to the highest standard and provide the best service to our customers.
Please find us on line: www.durableslate.com
Verdanterra’s cultural resources staff comprise a group of highly qualified and experienced professionals dedicated to providing our clients with the best approach and services for completing National Historic Preservation Act Section 106 compliance from small to large projects. We are skilled at developing innovative approaches to keep projects on time and within budget. We’ve successfully completed projects of all types and scale including energy, transit and highway, and development projects.