Posts Tagged ‘community’

Advocating for a historic resource now can pave the way to successful projects

Thursday, December 22nd, 2011

It could be said that there is probably no better friend to historic preservation than a recession.  With slowed development pressures, advocates are in a great position to start planning now for future historic preservation projects. Do you know of an untapped or underused historic resource in your community?  Perhaps an unoccupied building that has […]

Garavaglia Architecture, Inc. Celebrates 25 Years in Business

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

We are happy to announce that Garavaglia Architecture, Inc. just celebrated its 25th year in business. The company has expanded over the years into a multi-disciplined, award winning historic preservation architecture firm. With an integrated architectural and historian team, we provide a wide and diverse range of services rooted in our vision to create a […]

Pave the way to community revitalization

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011

How we prepare for economic recovery now can have lasting effects on the future character of our communities. With slowed growth, now is the perfect time to rework and expand revitalization and sustainability programs. Creating solid and useful documentation as a part of preservation “tool-kit” will aid in making sound decisions regarding historic resources. Putting […]