Tax Credit Applications Expert
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.