Historic Preservation

Worth the Flight? Rebuilding Historical Buildings

by Andrew Allmon May 21, 2019

I write this as Notre-Dame facing its demise from a fire. Sadly, the spire collapsed through the famous rib-vaulted ceiling that we in the architecture community has studied in university, finding inspiration from the old world’s masters. Hard to imagine what will happen to the […]

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The Four Treatments for Historic Properties

by EVstudio AEP February 15, 2019

When working with, or evaluating, federally registered historic structures it is important to understand the basic approaches that can be taken in regards to modifications. Rehabilitation: This treatment is when an owner wants to maintain the historic character of the building yet use it for […]

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Historic Preservation and Sustainability – One Strategy Contributing to Both Goals

by EVstudio AEP February 16, 2018

Dean and I had a very interesting meeting with the Heritage Resources Program Leader for the Rocky Mountain Region of the U.S. Forest Service last week and during our meeting we began discussing the idea of sustainability and historic preservation. This very topic will be […]

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EV Studio to work with HistoriCorps

by EVstudio AEP November 5, 2009

EV Studio has been selected to work with HistoriCorps, a new public-private partnership organization formed earlier this year. Elicia Ratajczyk of the Evergreen office met yesterday with HistoriCorps director, Jonas Landes and performed a Site Survey of the historic Kortright Cabin near the ghost-town of […]

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An Interview with Elicia Ratajczyk, LEED-AP, Associate at EVstudio

by EVstudio AEP September 3, 2009

Hello! I am Elicia Ratajczyk and I have been a part of EV Studio for a little more than two years now, based out of the Evergreen Office. I have more than 30 different projects so far, which have included everything from deck additions to […]

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