Dovetail Cultural Resource Group (Dovetail) is a federally certified woman-owned small business and certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) specializing in Cultural Resource Management (CRM) services. Dovetail has nearly 50 archaeologists, architectural historians, historians, historic preservation planners, GIS experts, and public outreach professionals who perform the full gamut of CRM services. We have completed over 1,000 CRM studies in the region for federal, state/municipal, and private sector clients. Dovetail has provided extensive consultation services in compliance with Sections 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act, the National Environmental Policy Act, Section 4(f), Native American Graves Repatriation Act, and the Archeological Resources Protection Act, among others. We have established successful relationships with regulatory agencies such as State Historic Preservation Offices (e.g., Maryland Historical Trust). Our depth of staff, local cultural resource expertise, and regulatory expertise allows us to provide a full range of cultural resource services to help our clients move their projects forward. We understand that our task as a consultant is to assist our clients in achieving their project goals, while ensuring that cultural resources are evaluated and considered appropriately during that process.
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 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.
SEARCH is a federally certified woman-owned business that provides the full spectrum of cultural heritage services. Since 1993, SEARCH has completed more than 4,000 of projects for federal and state/local governments as well as private sector clients. SEARCH has provided consultation services in compliance with Sections 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act, the National Environmental Policy Act, Section 4(f), Native American Graves Repatriation Act, and the Archeological Resources Protection Act, among others. Staff have long-standing relationships with state agencies such as the Maryland Historical Trust and have served on the Board of Directors for the Archaeology Society of Maryland. By integrating science, technology, and creativity, SEARCH harnesses the power of the past to advance the projects, places, and people it serves.
Trileaf Corporation is a full-service, multidisciplinary, nationwide consulting firm with expertise in environmental, cultural resources, architectural, and engineering consulting. Trileaf has 19 locations nationwide, facilitating quick, high-quality turnaround times for medium to large-volume projects that cover large geographies.
Trileaf employs a diverse team of the most highly qualified professionals in the fields of archaeology, ecology, geology, history, architecture, historic architecture, preservation planning, civil engineering, structural engineering, design, and drafting. With these professionals Trileaf provides services such as Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessments, Property Condition Assessments, FCC NEPA Screenings, Migratory Bird Evaluations, archaeological investigations, As-Built Architectural Site Surveys, structural analyses, and Construction Drawings. Trileaf has expertise in cultural resources management, archaeological and historic resources surveys, site testing, viewshed analyses, and data recovery; National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), Section 106 compliance; historic preservation planning; and State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) and Tribal Historic Preservation Office (THPO) consultation.
Trileaf’s expertise in the above are focused on the construction, wireless infrastructure, commercial real estate, and development industries. Trileaf is widely known for our quality, communication, and rapid turnaround for services, which meet or exceed industry, state, and federal standards.
Cultural Resources Consulting firm. Archaeological survey, evaluation, data recovery, cemetery delineation and removal, NEPA, Section 106, historic background research.
BELL Architects, PC is an award-winning architectural design firm founded in 1999 by David Bell, FAIA, LEEDap BD+C. BELL Architects specializes in building in challenging urban and historically sensitive sites. Our certified local small business 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.
Our staff of 13 has expertise in site analysis, master planning, rehabilitation, systems integration and the public consultation and approval process. There are seven LEED accredited design professionals who have worked extensively with LEED certified projects, including including schools, libraries, performing arts venues, recreation centers, mixed-use buildings, offices and institutional facilities.
We have worked with private and public sector clients on a variety of historic and adaptive reuse projects, we provide Section 106 Consulting to protect the integrity of historic properties and address the concerns of public interest. Many of our projects require oversight by multiple review authorities, such as the National Capitol Planning Commission (NCPC), the 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 commissions and other related agencies. Often BELL will obtain a certificate of appropriateness, zoning adjustment or other preliminary approval from one of these agenicies, prior to proceeding with design development.