From nineteenth-century dogtrots to twentieth-century Ranch houses, TerraX historic resources experts have documented the gamut of southern architecture and meet or exceed the Professional Qualification Standards set by the Secretary of the Interior.
What's the Difference Between a
Colonial and a Cottage-Style Home?
Our historic resources staff can tell you! Our team of highly-certified historic resources professionals are experts in everything from barns to bungalows. They take a look at anything above-ground and make sure that we preserve our historical buildings, bridges, railroads, and ruins for future generations.
Literature and Background Research
Under each project, our team examines all previous surveys related to the project area to write a context for the development of a survey area. To simplify and expedite this task, our experts use their knowledge of research sources, archival research procedures, and architectural history to compile accurate and clear reports.
TerraX has a team of four outstanding Architectural Historians, each of whom is uniquely equipped to evaluate and document built resources across all regions in which we work. From small barns to entire historic districts, from railroads to canals, TerraX's Architectural Historians are prepared to investigate, evaluate, and document the rich historic resources of our region.
B.S. in Interior Design, Master's of Interior Design
Interdisciplinary Certificate in Historic Preservation
Well versed in 3-D laser scanning, photogrammetry, international heritage efforts, and conservation practices
Well versed in Section 106 and Section 4(f) requirements
B.S. in History, M.A. in Historic Preservation
Conducted Architectural Surveys of historic residential, commercial, and military resources located throughout the southeast, northeast, and upper mid-western United States, as well as Puerto Rico
B.S. in Political Science, M.A. in Historic Preservation
4 years experience in testing, rehabilitation, and preservation as an Investigative Engineer for GB Geotechnics of New York, NY
2 years of experience in CRM as an Architectural Historian
B.A. in History with English minor, M.A. in History with Museum Studies Certificate
Experience writing reports, conducting historical, archival, and genealogical research, and compiling exhibits