Preservation Planner

Archaeological Response Consultants

15221

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.

Phillip A. Mendenhall
Historic Preservationist/Archaeologist
913-602-5749
http://www.archaeologicalresponse.org/
407 West St.
Pittsburgh
PA
Charles Paul Goebel, Architect, Ltd.

21601
Registered Architect

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

Charles Paul Goebel
AIA, AICP, LEED-AP, President
(410) 820-9176
http://www.cpgoebel.com/
PO Box 1822
Easton
MD
Coastal Archaeology & History Research, Inc.

20625
Licensed Contractor

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.

Matthew A. DeFelice
President
732-996-0965
12101 Neale Sound Drive
Cobb Island
MD
EHT Traceries, Inc.

20001

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).

Laura Hughes
Principal
202-393-1199
http://www.traceries.com/
1121 5th Street, NW
Washington
DC
Gant Brunnett Architects

21201
Registered Architect

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.

John Brunnett
President
410-234-8444
15 West Mulberry Street
Baltimore
MD
Gray & Pape, Inc.

23223

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.

Christopher Polglase
Cultural Heritage Practice Leader
301 525 6631
http://graypape.com/
2005 Franklin Street Suite 2
Richmond
Virginia
JMA, a CCRG Company

22902
Registered Architect

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.

Laura L. Knott
RLA, Maryland, Regional Director, Historical Landscape Architect
434-979-1617
http://www.johnmilnerassociates.com/
300 West Main Street, Suite 201
Charlottesville
VA
Mosko Cemetery Monument Services

17331

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.

Robert Mosko
Chief Conservator
717-633-8092
1-866-434-7176
http://www.cemeteryrepair.com/
555 Baltimore St
Hanover
PA
Partners for Place

22901
American Institute of Certified Planners

Partners for Place believes the success of any community is knowing who you were, who you are, and who you want to be. We can help you answer those questions and build the plans to get you there. We work with sites and communities to make sure your preservation project is a success.

Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits
Design Guidelines
Preservation Plans
State and National Register Nomination
Preservation Training and Orientation for Boards

Catherine Redfearn
Principal
4349067980
4349067980
http://partnersforplace.com
2858 Garth Rod
Charlottesville
Virginia
Retrospect Architectural Research, LLC

21144

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.

Sherri Marsh Johns
Architectural Historian
(443) 994-1591
http://www.retrospectllc.com/
303 Fairfield Drive
Severn
MD
Robert A. Arnouts, AIA Architect, LLC

21601
Registered Architect

Comprehensive architectural services from project inception to bidding and construction completion.

Rob Arnouts
Principal
410-822-1677
28009 Waverly Road
Easton
MD
Thomas J. Taltavull, Architect

20882
Tom Taltavull
Owner
301-840-1847
http://www.tjtarchitects.com/
20650 Plum Creek Court
Gaithersburg
MD