Your existing buildings just don’t have the right size spaces, or they aren’t in the right arrangement—or they’re beginning to fail—or they’re already crumbling around you. Can they continue to serve your needs, but just need some TLC? We can help you answer this question and more... What exactly are the problems? What are the options to fix them? How long will it take? How much will it cost? A comprehensive assessment and report is the first key step to enabling your existing buildings to better serve your institution.

Historic London Town and Gardens

An assessment of existing conditions within the historic William Brown House was conducted to identify deficiencies and associated estimated costs for improvements to help Historic London Town prioritize, fundraise, and strategically plan for future renovation work.

Cumberland Island National Seashore

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Grange and its adjacent dock house are significant historic structures within Cumberland Island National Seashore. Upon their transfer from private use to the National Park Service, a conditions assessment was required to explore the most appropriate public use of the structures.

Smithsonian Institution

With the ultimate goal of rehabilitating the historic Sellman House for use as a visitor reception and orientation center for the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, this assessment documented all existing conditions of the house and also included a full historic structures report with architectural and cultural historic research.