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Ann Cousins (see CRM Associates LLC)

Ann Cousins, owner of CRM Associates, has worked professionally as a 36 CFR 61-qualied Architectural Historian since 1991 providing regulatory review, historic preservation consulting, and National Register/State Register documentation. She is listed as an Architectural Historian and Rehabilitation Investment Tax Credit Consultant with the VT Division for Historic Preservation. Cousins is pre-qualified as an Architectural Historian by the VT Community Development Program, qualified for CDBG project review. Barry Cousins, co-owner, is FAA Remote Pilot Certified and insured for commercial drone operation. Together, they combine hobby and passion to provide high-resolution drone photography of roofs, steeples, and birds-eye views of historic districts. CRM’s images and footage have been used for diagnostics, condition assessments, grant applications, and community history videos.

Brian Knight Research (BKR) specializes in historic preservation planning and compliance, architectural and landscape history, historic research, fundraising prospect research, collections and archives management, and artifact research.

CRM Associates drone photo-inspection of Charlotte church bell tower.

Ann Cousins, owner of CRM Associates, has worked professionally as a 36 CFR 61-qualied Architectural Historian since 1991 providing regulatory review, historic preservation consulting, and National Register/State Register documentation. She is listed as an Architectural Historian and Rehabilitation Investment Tax Credit Consultant with the VT Division for Historic Preservation. Cousins is pre-qualified as an Architectural Historian by the VT Community Development Program, qualified for CDBG project review. Barry Cousins, co-owner, is FAA Remote Pilot Certified and insured for commercial drone operation. Together, they combine hobby and passion to provide high-resolution drone photography of roofs, steeples, and birds-eye views of historic districts. CRM’s images and footage have been used for diagnostics, condition assessments, grant applications, and community history videos.

Lyssa Papazian has been working professionally in historic preservation since 1992 with experience in planning, National Register nominations, regulatory review, tax credits, history exhibits, project management, documentation, survey, feasibility studies, and grant writing. She meets the National Park Service’s qualification standards and is on several Vermont & New Hampshire pre-qualified lists of historic preservation consultants.

Mary Jo Llewellyn holds M.S. degree in Historic Preservation from the University of Vermont and has worked professionally in Vermont for over 25 years. Her work includes survey and inventory of historic resources, review of the impact of federal and state-funded projects on historic resources, Historic Structures Reports, Reinvestment Income Tax Credit applications, Photographic Documentations, National Register nominations, historic paint analysis and color consultation. She meets the National Park Service’s qualification standards and is included on several State of Vermont listings of pre-qualified historic preservation consultants.

Meeting House Furniture Restoration is a full-service antique conservation and restoration studio, with over 35 years of business experience, offering the highest level of care for treasured wooden heirlooms and collectables on site, in your home or in our studio workshop. Our specialties include hand-applied traditional finishes, modern finishes, chair repair, caning, veneer restoration, fine art conservation, reproduction of carved and turned elements, brass polishing, and china and crystal mending. Also offering historic preservation consulting, assessment  and application with a specialty in the on-site conservation of clear historic finishes on architectural woodwork, cabinetry and flooring.

Red House is an award winning full service General Contractor and Construction Management firm that serves the greater Champlain Valley. We specialize in fine home building, historic restoration, and renovations. We have a large custom cabinet and millwork shop capable of custom needs. We provide comprehensive consoling and management on renovation of historic buildings and homes.

With more than 28 years experience in the historic preservation field in Vermont, Suzanne Jamele provides consulting services in the preparation of National Register nominations, survey and planning, historic preservation tax credits, and conducts project reviews for compliance with state and federal laws.

Britta and Kaitlin work with government agencies, municipalities, private developers, architects, energy companies, institutions, individuals and non-profit organizations to provide a wide range of historic preservation services throughout Vermont.

Kaitlin O’Shea and Britta Tonn have a combined 20 years’ experience in the preservation field, working on a diverse array of projects including NR nominations, documentation reports, building histories, oral histories, and Section 106, Section 248, Section 4(f), and Act 250 reviews for various types of infrastructure and development projects. VHB’s team of 1,400 passionate professionals work together to deliver value to our clients and help shape our communities in a meaningful w​ay from 30 locations along the east coast.​​​​​​

Located in Burlington, Wanamaker Restoration continues to work with local businesses, state institutions, museums and private owners throughout Vermont to preserve and render historically accurate reconstructions and restorations of buildings, furnishings and art objects. With a full window restoration shop they provide services and education to local homeowners looking to maintain the integrity of their historic homes.

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