Historic Resources

PCR’s historic resources practice is staffed by highly qualified architectural historians, historic architects, conservators and preservation planners each exceeding the U.S. Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards (36 CFR 61).  We provide professional guidance regarding historical resources requirements for preservation, conservation, rehabilitation, adaptive-reuse, and redevelopment projects pursuant to federal, state and local regulations.  PCR’s historic resources team is defined by its solution-oriented approach, client responsiveness and high quality products necessary to address heritage resources throughout the United States and Canada.

Services include:

  • Historic Resources Management and Preservation Planning
  • Feasibility Studies: Adaptive Reuse / Rehabilitation
  • Preservation Treatment and Architectural Conservation
  • CEQA and NEPA Impact Assessments
  • NHPA Section 106
  • Historic Landscape Surveys and Assessments
  • Plan Reviews and Technical Assistance for Construction Documents
  • National Register, California Register and Local Landmark Nominations
  • Historic Structure Reports
  • HABS, HAER and HALS Reports
  • Peer Review and Litigation Support

Contact: Margarita J. Wuellner, Ph.D., Director, (310) 451-4488