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The mission of the Historic Resources Committee (HRC) is to identify, understand, and preserve architectural heritage, both nationally and internationally. HRC is engaged in promoting the role of the historic architect within the profession through the development of information and knowledge among members, allied professional organizations, and the public.

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Looking for historic materials specialists in St. Louis, Missouri

  • 1.  Looking for historic materials specialists in St. Louis, Missouri

    Posted 12-06-2022 10:47 AM
    Dear friends,
    I am in the process of gathering info on local resources (St. Louis Metro area) that I may be able to call on for assistance/consulting/guidance for an important historic preservation project in St. Louis that will require a good team of experts. It would also be excellent to know who is out there that I have since lost contact with. I cannot discuss the project just yet but wanted to start the search ASAP. My dear old friend Phillip Cotton would have been perfect for this one.
    Please feel free to reach out to me at mbivens@partneresi.com or 314-740-2127.
    I am searching for experts in historic masonry (I believe Peter Wollenberg is still at it but lost contact); historic wood and metal windows; historic lighting; historic roofing; historic plaster and molding; historic millwork; paint analysis; etc. I could spend hours online searching but figured that this group would have the best folks that would also be interested in preserving our local heritage!

    Matt Bivens Assoc. AIA
    Matt Bivens Person
    Saint Louis MO
    2023 RUDC Symposium

  • 2.  RE: Looking for historic materials specialists in St. Louis, Missouri

    Posted 12-08-2022 01:26 PM
    Have you contacted the SHPO's office?  That may be a one-stop shop for information/material specialists who operate in MO.  We found the SHPO's office good to work with in the past.

    Nan Anderson, FAIA     

    Principal Dreamer




    2023 RUDC Symposium