Preservation Architects - CAP

The Conservation Assessment Program (CAP) is a federally funded program administered by the National Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Property (NIC). The purpose of the program is to provide funding to undertake an architectural assessment survey involving a preservation architect to identify and describe the problems that affect the preservation of historic buildings.

These recommendations are based on the assessor’s knowledge and experience regarding the proper application of accepted historic preservation, restoration, and rehabilitation standards including those outlined by the Secretary of the Interior and recognized by the State of Ohio Historic Preservation Office. I have been recognized as a federally approved preservation architect since 1994, including the following projects:

  • Milan Historical Museum, including the Galpin House
  • Orr Mansion for the Logan County Historical Society
  • Shadybrook House for the Lake County Historical Society
  • Farmington House for the Louisville KY Historic Foundation
  • Edison Birthplace Home and Museum at Milan
  • Wakefield Harborview Museum for Great Lakes Historical Society
  • McGuffey Museum at Miami University
  • Hower House at the University of Akron
  • Reese-Peters House, Decorative Arts Center of Ohio, Lancaster
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