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Markosky’s historic structures group provides cultural resources compliance for federal, state, and local projects, as well as historic preservation work for private and municipal clients

Markosky’s architectural historians are skilled at identifying, documenting, and evaluating above ground resources.  We conduct historic structures investigations on scales that range from a single resource to long corridors or county-wide surveys that entail hundreds of historic structures.  We understand the policies and missions of our various agency clients and ensure compliance with regulations that govern the consideration of historic properties like Section 106.  We work closely with the representatives of many State Historic Preservation Offices and are fluent in the standards of the National Register of Historic Places.  We have extensive experience providing public outreach and coordination with interested parties, and we can see a project from its initial scoping through determinations of eligibility and effect to, if necessary, the successful resolution of adverse effects.

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  • Resource Identification

  • Historic Structures Reconnaissance Surveys

  • Constraints Mapping

  • Historic Contexts and Background Research

  • Eligibility Studies for Individual Resources and Historic Districts

  • Historic Bridge Rehabilitation (Feasibility) Analyses

  • Determination of Effects

  • Resolution of Adverse Effects

  • Creative Mitigation Measures

  • Agreement Documents

  • Consulting Party  Coordination

  • Public Outreach

  • National Register Nominations

  • Historic Structures Inventories

  • Section 4(f) Documentation for Historic Properties

  • FHWA-delegated Cultural Resource Professional (CRP) in Historic Structures

  • Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards for Architectural History 

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