Historic Preservation

Over the past 25 years, Studio TJP has demonstrated expertise in historic preservation. Whether providing historic resources consulting or presenting Landmark nominations in Seattle, Studio TJP explores the history of already-built and architecturally significant structures to understand what makes places meaningful, taking into consideration a structure’s social and cultural impacts on individuals and the community. Clients include government agencies, not-for-profit organizations, developers, architects, and private landowners.

Architectural Historians and Historic Architects

As professional Architectural Historians and Historic Architects, the team is fluent in the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Historic Preservation and National Trust Preservation Protocols. Our historic architects implement long-term historic building stewardship and maintenance programs from start to finish—from identifying historic jurisdictions and technical preservation issues to maintaining an historic building for future generations.

Studio TJP services include:

  • Appendix A (also known as Section 106 Historic Report Addenda) to State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) reports and/or Master Use Permit applications
  • Historic structures reports, historic resources research, evaluations, surveys, and Federal National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) Section 106 analyses and reports
  • Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) drawings and coordination
  • Federal tax credit assistance
  • Local, state, and national landmark and historic register nominations

Sigma Kappa Mu Chapter House

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UW More Hall Annex/Nuclear Reactor Building

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Daniel Bagley Elementary School

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Daniel Bagley Hall–Roof Replacement

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Landmark & Consulting Services

Studio TJP collaborates on and provides reports, research, and advice on historic buildings for City of Seattle Landmarks projects, State and National Register listings and tax credit assistance. We frequently assist landowners and other architects with Certificates of Approval from the City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Landmarks Board.

Anhalt Hall

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PaliHotel (originally the Colonnade Hotel)

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