Historic buildings, districts and communities of all sizes are the physical imprint of those who came before us. They represent the dreams and aspirations of earlier generations and reflect the development of a site or community. Since its founding in 1986, Frazier Associates’ team of historic architects, planners and architectural historians has fostered a historic preservation ethic as a civic responsibility to preserve the best of each community’s past for the benefit of future generations.
Our firm specializes in historic preservation, contextual architectural design, and community revitalization. The 14-person office is headed by Kathy and Bill Frazier, a historical architect, and an architectural historian/planner respectively. The firm has over twenty-nine years of public and private sector experience in historic architecture, revitalization and preservation planning. Staff members meet the U. S. Department of the Interior requirements of as historical architects and architectural historians. As individual projects warrant, the firm may augment our in-house team with additional historic preservation specialists such as archaeologists, civil, mechanical and structural engineers, dendrochronology experts, material conservators, and materials testing or environmental firms.
Bringing New Life to Historic Buildings through Historic Preservation
Frazier Associates approaches each project with respect and care for context, character, and client. This includes using The Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Treatment of Historic Properties and The Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation in all historic architecture projects.
Our services in historic preservation, detailed below, include assistance to homeowners, businesses, developers, institutions, non-profits, government agencies and municipalities. In all cases the goal is to preserve historic character, promote revitalization, and enhance community.
Historic Preservation Services:
Historic research and historic structures reports
Feasibility studies for historic buildings
National Register nominations: individual and historic districts
Adaptive use rehabilitation designs
Additions to historic buildings
New construction in historic districts
Historic rehabilitation tax credit applications
Facade improvement programs
Design guidelines for historic districts
Architectural review board training
Frazier Associates offers a wealth of experience in projects large and small, a strong historic preservation ethic, and a commitment to building relationships with clients and communities. We invite you read more about our specific services in historic preservation and to contact us for more information about how we can help you bring new life to your historic home or community.