Summit’s architectural historians have extensive experience in all phases of architectural history investigations, from the identification and evaluation of historic properties, to monitoring and mitigation in order to minimize adverse impacts to historic resources. Summit’s architectural history staff has prepared dozens of National Register nominations and Minnesota Historic Property Records, developed historic contexts and public interpretive displays, and completed several applications for state and federal Historic Tax Credits. Our clients include private firms, municipalities, and state agencies. Our field data is managed and verified using the latest GPS and GIS technology.
- Field assessments
- Phase I survey (site identification)
- Phase II evaluations (of National Register eligibility)
- Phase III data recovery (mitigation)
- Cultural resource management plan development
- Historic context development
- National Register of Historic Places nominations