Historic resources services we provide include:

  • Historic resources research and evaluations
  • Historic resources surveys
  • Historic structures reports
  • Historic resources reports
  • Local Landmark nominations
  • National Historic Register nominations (districts and individual resources)
  • Federal NHPA Section 106 analyses and reports
  • Federal tax credit assistance
  • HABS drawings & coordination

The Johnson Partnership provides historic resources consulting of all kinds, including stewardship of historic buildings with technical preservation issues. We have two architects who meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Historic Preservation as both Architectural Historians and Historic Architects, and two architects who meet the Standards as Historic Architects. 

We have an excellent working knowledge of the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Historic Preservation, the National Park Service professional qualifications as laid out in Appendix A of 36 CFR Part 61, and National Trust preservation protocols. Our office has been presenting Landmark Nominations in the City of Seattle for more than 25 years. We have decades of experience coordinating with public port districts, maritime organizations, and federal, state, and local governments and agencies.