Painter Preservation, founded in 2002, provides a full range of historic preservation services throughout the west, with a special focus on the Pacific Northwest. Services include conducting surveys and inventories; drafting nominations to the National, state, and local historic registers; undertaking environmental compliance, including Section 106 review; conducting design review, including concurrence with the Secretary of Interior’s Standards; preparing historic district design guidelines; drafting Historic Structures Reports; preparing Federal and state tax credit applications; and completing HABS/HAER/HALS documentation. Urban design services includes project management, urban design and master planning, and design guidelines. Diana J. Painter, PhD, is Painter Preservation’s Principal Architectural Historian. She has won numerous awards for her scholarship and speaks and publishes regularly on topics in architectural history, historic preservation and urban design. Diana Painter, who holds a PhD in Architecture, meets the Secretary of Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards in the areas of Architectural History and History, and is a certified, woman-owned small business.
Categories: Preservation Consultants – Research, Documentation, Survey, & Nominations, Urban Planning & Design
Region: East, Oregon