This directory is intended to help the general public find people with expertise in various aspects of historic preservation, be it planning, design, development, financing, tax credits, National Register nominations or accounting as well as museums, venues and other preservation or history-related organizations. The directory is made up of major donors to our organization and is intended to recognize these people and companies for their generosity to the cause of historic preservation in Missouri. It is NOT AN ENDORSEMENT of any of the companies or individuals mentioned.
We strongly urge you to obtain competitive bids and get references from contractors, etc. before the start of any building rehabilitation project.
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Historic Florissant, Inc.
HFI is a not-for-profit corporation formed in 1969 to meet the need for a local group with broad preservation interest and capable of responding quickly to protect and preserve landmark structures.
FRIENDS OF HISTORIC FLORISSANT, INC.
Historic Florissant operates under by-laws which provide that it is not organized for profit and that no dividends shall ever be shared by its members. The Board is responsible for establishing and implementing its policies and programs. In the event of the dissolution of the corporation, its assets must be given to a similar organization exempt under Section 501(c) 3 of the Internal Revenue Code.
Historic Florissant has always considered anyone interested in its purposes and willing to work to achieve its goals as one of its constituents.
Friends of Historic Florissant, through their donations, contribute to the financial needs of the organization and participate in planned activities.
WHAT DOES HISTORIC FLORISSANT DO?
- HFI has worked with the city of Florissant and the State Preservation Office to study and survey the cultural resources of the city.
- HFI maintains a Resource Center to house research documents for the area and information on technical services relating to preservation, restoration and recycling of buildings.
- HFI provides an opportunity for the community to better understand its heritage through tours and special events.
- HFI actively participates in preservation activities on the local, state and national level working to preserve landmarks, neighborhoods and historic districts.
Specializing in Historic Main Street St. Charles properties.
James G. Staat Tuckpointing, Inc.
Contact: Joe Staat
Work 8177 Gravois Road St. Louis Missouri 63123 work
Work Phone: 314-743-0669work
Work Email: email@example.comINTERNET
|Historical Restoration is our specialty, we strive to keep St. Louis’ historical beauty at its best.
The Kellerman Foundation for Historic Preservation, founded by Bert and Mary Ann Kellerman, exists to encourage and support historic preservation in Southeast Missouri and Southern Illinois and to connect the community to its architectural, historical and cultural legacy by telling its stories.
KPFF Consulting Engineers
Contact: Stefanie Barnes
Work 1630 Des Peres Road Suite 100 St. Louis Missouri 63131 work
Cell Phone: 314.835.0524cell
Work Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET
|KPFF’s St. Louis office, established in 2002, is a recognized expert in the rehabilitation of historic buildings, particularly in the Midwest. We have been involved with scores of rehabilitation projects that involved buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, or that used state and federal historic tax credits. Our experience includes buildings with all structural framing systems common at or before the turn-of-the-century, including brick bearing wall buildings, skeleton frame structures, flat plate concrete, heavy timber, and fireproof and archaic systems developed as ‘fire proof” buildings. Our expertise includes façade review and restoration including brick, terra cotta and sandstone, utilizing the National Park Service’s Preservation Briefs. We have also evaluated all types of foundation systems, and have been involved with major foundation strengthening and underpinning programs.
The mission of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Home & Museum is to inspire curiosity and foster learning about the American pioneer experience through the life and literature of Laura Ingalls Wilder by providing engaging and authentic experiences; to preserve, protect, and care for the collection and historic buildings; and to sustain the historic landscape.
|Logan Architects Atelier is a leading historic preservation, design and planning firm focusing on historic preservation and involved in architecture, interior architecture, planning and urban design. We are a leader in the historic preservation community specializing in the historic preservation of residential, commercial and industrial buildings, complexes and neighborhoods. We use our design talent to work with clients and communities on corporate office, retail and institutional facilities. We provide architectural services using technologically superior processes, providing greater value for clients and enhanced design and construction. Our team has a high degree of independent decision making and professionalism, with over thirty-five years of architectural and historic preservation experience.
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The purpose of Main Street Chillicothe is to enhance the vitality of the downtown by preservation of its architectural, commercial, and cultural heritage; encouraging education and community awareness of resources available to property and business owners; stimulating economic development through its design, economic vitality, and organization committees; and promoting Chillicothe as an attractive city in which to shop, dine, work, live, and be entertained.
Through community partnerships, Downtown Chillicothe champions the effort to be an experience-driven locale, intriguing residents and visitors alike, where history is celebrated and supported businesses flourish.
Mainline Group Architecture, Inc.
Contact: Allen Roehrig
Work 9751 Clayton Road St. Louis Missouri 63124 work
Work Phone: 314-872-3955work
Work Email: email@example.comINTERNET
Mainline Group Architecture, Inc. proudly produces designs for new and renovated homes, commercial and corporate businesses and educational facilities in the Saint Louis metropolitan area. Drawing from decades of experience as architectural designers, interior designers, project managers and general contractors, the firm utilizes detailed hand-rendered sketches and state-of-the-art computer rendering software to communicate our design solutions, aesthetic vision and excitement about the project challenges.
Marblelife of St. Louis
Contact: Ryan Abramczyk
Work 510 East Pearce Blvd. Wentzville Missouri 63366 work
Work Phone: 6366391304work
Work Phone: 6362296165work
Work Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET
We are hard surface specialists! We specialize in the restoration of old marble, granite, slate, terrazzo, conglomerate marble and more. We also restore tile, grout and concrete. All of this is done to a like new or even better than new look, keeping you and your customers loving every step!
At MarksNelson, our professionals have been helping owners and developers of tax credit projects for over 25 years. Our certified public accountants have national firm expertise but provide hands-on local service. We fill the need for responsive high-level advisors on ownership structuring and financial projections to maximize historic tax credits. Whether you need help with planning your project, auditing your project costs for submission to the state, or annual tax return preparation to get your credits “right”, we have staff and partners ready to assist. Our team will walk you through the process, answer your questions, and help you get the results you are looking for. Consulting, Auditing, and Tax Services for Tax Credit Projects – Historic Preservation, Neighborhood Preservation, Affordable Housing, New Markets. (7/18)
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Millennium Restoration & Development Corporation
Contact: Claire Vogt
Work 2136 South Grand Boulevard St. Louis Missouri 63104 work
Work Phone: 314.772.9200work
Work Email: email@example.comINTERNET
Millennium Restoration & Development Corporation is dedicated to preserving the history and grandeur of old city residences and the construction of new homes that replicate the historic architecture of their time. Our commitment extends beyond the renovation of a single building or project, to the redevelopment of neighborhoods. Understanding each vicinity’s objectives and working closely with residents, the Alderperson, other developers, and local agencies is essential in maintaining a strong sense of community and the overall success of our projects. We are extremely proud to have taken on some of St. Louis’ most neglected and unwanted projects. We have successfully redeveloped abandoned shells into grand new homes.
Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesBrownfields/Voluntary Cleanup Program (BVCP)
Contact: Catherine Jones
Work PO Box 176 Jefferson City Missouri 65102-0176 work
Work Phone: 573-526-4725work
Work Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources’ Brownfields/Voluntary Cleanup Program (BVCP), under a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. EPA, conducts site-specific environmental assessments of Brownfield properties for public entities such as cities, counties and quasi-governmental entities, as well as for not-for-profit organizations. Properties that are privately owned are only eligible if an application is sent on behalf of the private owner by an eligible entity. The assessments are provided at no cost to the property owner or the eligible applicant. An assessment provides valuable information that can aid in making decisions regarding the future of the property.
Often, local governments acquire contaminated properties through foreclosure for back taxes, land donations, or may own property they would like to sell for redevelopment purposes. These entities sometimes have difficulty finding adequate funding to pay for environmental assessments (All Appropriate Inquiries, Phase I and Phase II Assessments) prior to redevelopment. Often, it is the unknown environmental condition of the privately or publically held property that dissuades developers. The assessments provide the information necessary to move forward with planning, and redevelopment of the property.
The BVCP also offers state oversight for the voluntary cleanup of properties contaminated with hazardous substances. The BVCP is a non-enforcement program designed to help property owners, business operators, or prospective buyers. It provides “closure” when the property is cleaned up to approved specifications and standards acceptable to the state. This “closure” can greatly reduce the environmental liability associated with such properties, thereby facilitating property transactions. (7/18)
Missouri Main Street Connection (MMSC) serves as the state coordinating program for communities seeking to revitalize their downtowns, using the Main Street Four-Point® Approach, which is a unified, comprehensive method designed to establish and sustain local revitalization programs within the context of historic preservation. MMSC provides revitalization training, consulting and mentoring services, plus Accreditation reviews for qualifying communities. (7/18)