Indow

Indow is a cleantech company in Portland, Oregon dedicated to making the built environment more energy efficient while preserving historic windows. It makes custom interior window inserts for residential and commercial spaces that help original old-growth wood windows perform like new double-panes without altering the exterior of the buildings. This is one reason preservationists turn to them: they do not interfere with historic district requirements that windows retain their original appearance and character.

Historic properties across the United States have them from a 1756 house in New Hampshire with all its original windows to Case Study House #26 in the Bay Area, an iconic American home commissioned by Art & Architecture magazine, to a county government building in Arlington, Virginia that was converted into a homeless shelter.

When buildings settle, the windows settle with them, making them out of square. Indow acrylic window inserts are handmade for each window opening using precise laser measurements. Each insert is edged in silicone compression tube and simply presses into place without a damaging track or magnetic system. The inserts not only make buildings more energy efficient, they reduce the number of irreplaceable old growth wood windows thrown into landfills during window replacement.

Categories: Energy Efficiency, Suppliers – Windows & Doors

Region: Statewide, West, Central, East, Oregon, Idaho, Montana

Archaeological and Historical Services, Eastern Washington University

Since 1980, Archaeological and Historical Services (AHS) has provided cultural resources management services for all aspects of project planning and development in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. AHS is a grant/contract research program at Eastern Washington University that specializes in aiding private, city, county, state, and federal clients in meeting local, state, and federal compliance requirements. AHS services are designed to provide compliance with cultural resources regulatory processes, including the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA, Section 106 Compliance), Executive Order 05-05, and State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA). AHS employs a full-time professional staff with extensive CRM and research experience in the Pacific Northwest. The professional staff meet Secretary of Interior Standards (36 CFR Part 61) in history, archaeology, and architectural history. AHS has prepared more than 2,700 cultural resources reports since 1980 which routinely include:

• Survey reports (Phase I)
• Archaeological testing and evaluation plans (Phase II)
• Data recovery reports (Phase III)
• Construction monitoring reports
• Historic building assessments
• Historic and Ethnographic Overviews
• Cultural resources management plans
• Memoranda of agreement (MOAs) and programmatic agreement (PA)
• NRHP nominations and determination of eligibility
• HABS/HAER/HALS documentation
• Inadvertent discovery plans
• Environmental Assessment (EA) and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)

Categories: Archaeology

Region: Statewide, West, East, Oregon, Idaho, Montana

Contacts

Jennifer Wilson, Director

Rebecca Stevens, Program Director

Address

201 Isle Hall
Cheney, WA 99004
509-359-2239

https://sites.ewu.edu/ahs/

Preservation Solutions LLC

Preservation Solutions LLC (PSLLC) provides a broad range of preservation consulting services to individual, municipal, corporate, and government clients who benefit from our experience managing the often overlapping and interrelated local, state, and federal preservation programs. Firm owner, Architectural Historian, Kerry Davis, M.S., has twenty years experience in historic preservation and cultural resource management in eighteen states nationwide. Davis’ qualifications exceed the Professional Qualification Standards for Architectural History and Historic Preservation as outlined in 36CFR61 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended. Her comprehensive expertise includes National Register nominations for individual properties and large historic districts, Section 106 and 4(f) compliance, and Certified Local Government programs, as well as the Secretary of the Interior’s Guidelines and rehabilitation tax credits. Her experience includes documentation and eligibility assessments for more than 22,000 resources reflecting a wide variety of eras, geographic regions, resource types, and contextual associations.

Categories: Preservation Consultants – Research, Documentation, Survey, & Nominations

Region: Idaho

Contacts

Kerry Davis, Principal/Architectural Historian

Address

1007 E Jefferson Street
Boise, ID 83712
816-225-5605

http://www.preservation-solutions.net