ARLINGTON HISTORIC RESOURCES SURVEY UPDATE
Under the auspices of the City of Arlington Community Services Department and the Arlington Landmark Preservation Commission, HHM conducted a multi-phase historic resources survey within the current City of Arlington boundaries.
THREE-DIMENSIONAL VISUAL DOCUMENTATION OF CONTINENTAL GRAIN COMPANY COMPLEX
HHM staff, in conjunction with Texas Tech University, prepared three-dimensional visual documentation of the historic Continental Grain Company complex in Brownwood, Texas, using a Cyrax 2500 laser-scanning device.
RECREATIONAL RESIDENCE HISTORICAL CONTEXT FOR EIGHT NATIONAL FORESTS IN USDA-REGION 1, MONTANA AND IDAHO
HHM undertook a historic context study for the United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Lewis and Clark National Forest. HHM was tasked with preparing an overall historic context addressing the history of recreation and the development of recreational residences on Forest Service lands in Region 1.
FREDERICKSBURG HISTORIC RESOURCES SURVEY UPDATE AND PRESERVATION ORDINANCE REVIEW
HHM conducted a multi-phase survey for the City of Fredericksburg to update its historic resources survey of 1983. During the first phase of the project, HHM completed comprehensive documentation of all resources—regardless of age—within the existing boundaries of the NRHP-listed Fredericksburg Historic District.
HABS RECORDATION AND PRESERVATION ANALYSIS REPORTS FOR HISTORIC PROPERTIES IN THE PENSACOLA NAVAL AIR STATION HISTORIC DISTRICT (NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK)
HHM completed expedited multi-phase architectural and historical recordation projects, and in-depth preservation analysis reports (PARs) for numerous historic structures at Naval Air Station Pensacola that had been damaged by Hurricane Ivan in 2004.
STATE HIGHWAY 35 ARCHIVAL RESEARCH
HHM staff conducted archival research in an effort to assist archaeologists with locating antebellum plantations on a one-mile corridor along State Highway 35 in Brazoria County. HHM helped to identify the historic locations of plantation homes, outbuildings, sugar mills, and slave quarters. In addition, HHM prepared a historic context for Brazoria County using extensive secondary and primary resources.
A GUIDE TO ARCHITECTURE AND ENGINEERING FIRMS OF THE COLD WAR ERA
A Guide to Architecture and Engineering Firms of the Cold War Era describes the role and makeup of key A/E firms during the Cold War. The project aims to inform evaluation of NRHP eligibility under Criterion C, the evaluation required by Sections 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act. The report provides a biographical narrative and catalog of each selected firm’s military work, demonstrating the range of commissions for custom-designed singular
CULTURAL RESOURCES AND HERITAGE ASSETS SURVEY OF MARINE CORPS RESERVE CENTERS
HHM conducted a survey in 2003 and 2004 of 21 geographically-dispersed Marine Corps Reserve Centers to document heritage assets (historic objects) and cultural resources (architectural and archaeological) for the Marine Corps Forces Reserves. HHM researched the history of the buildings and photo-documented all buildings and structures at the centers.
CULTURAL RESOURCES SURVEY OF NAVAL SPACE SURVEILLANCE FIELD STATIONS, NAVAL SPACE COMMAND
Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southern Division (SOUTHDIV) issued a task order to HHM to provide NRHP eligibility evaluations of field stations associated with the Naval Space Command following the decision to transfer the unit from the Navy to the Air Force. Such action represented an undertaking and triggered the Section 106 Process in compliance with 36 CFR Part 800. Under the original task order, HHM undertook evaluations of the field stations in Tattnal (Fort Stewart), GA; Hawkinsville, GA; Jordan Lake, AL; Silver Lake, MS; Red River (Lewisville), AK; and Lake Kickapoo, TX. However, a modification to
CULTURAL RESOURCES AND HERITAGE ASSETS SURVEY OF NAVAL RESERVE CENTERS
HHM undertook an extensive nationwide survey which updated and reassessed the cultural resources (buildings) previously surveyed by HHM during the mid-1990s. The project included a survey of heritage assets (historic objects) to determine the number and classification of historic objects at each Naval Reserve facility and to determine if any of the objects qualify as Navy National Treasures
HISTORIC FURNISHINGS REPORT IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR PORTION OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE OFFICE, FREDERICK LAW OLMSTED NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE
In collaboration with Volz & Associates, Inc., HHM prepared an Implementation Plan based on the 2003 Historic Furnishings Report for the Olmsted Landscape Architecture Office at Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site (FRLA) in Brookline, Massachusetts. The Implementation Plan provides guidance for refurnishing six rooms in the office through lists of recommended furnishings and detailed floor plans.
CULTURAL RESOURCES SURVEY OF NAVY FAMILY HOUSING FOR PUBLIC/PRIVATE VENTURE (PPV) FOR SELECTED INSTALLATIONS IN NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND, ENGINEERING FIELD DIVISION SOUTH
HHM conducted, in 2003 and 2004, a comprehensive survey of all extant housing-related resources at the following locations: Naval Air Stations Pensacola, Key West, Jacksonville, Whiting Field, FL; Meridian, MS; Naval Support Activities Mid-South, TN; Panama City, FL; Naval Construction Battalion Center Gulfport, MS; Naval Stations Mayport, FL; Pascagoula, MS; Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, GA; Naval Weapons Station Charleston, SC. The proposed transfer of Navy family housing to private contractors triggered a cultural resources survey in compliance with Section 106.
CUERO MULTIPLE PROPERTY NATIONAL REGISTER NOMINATION
With a grant-in-aid from the Texas Historical Commission, the City of Cuero hired HHM to prepare a multiple-property nomination for the City as part of a multi-year, multi-phase effort to identify, document, and assess historic resources within the community.
FLOYD LAMB PARK AT TULE SPRINGS HISTORICAL INTERPRETIVE MARKER AND EXHIBIT PROJECT
In 2009, HHM and Volz and Associates, Inc. completed extensive historical research and field investigation for the preparation of a Historic Structures Report and Recommendations for the Restoration of the Interiors of the Tule Springs Foreman’s House.
RECONNAISSANCE- AND INTENSIVE-LEVEL HISTORIC RESOURCES SURVEY ALONG US 281 (MILITARY HIGHWAY) IN CAMERON AND HIDALGO COUNTIES, TEXAS
As consultant to S&B Infrastructure Inc., HHM conducted a reconnaissance-level historic resources survey along a 48-mile segment of US 281 (Military Highway), between Hidalgo and Cameron Counties.Survey teams spent 11 weeks in the field photo-documenting nearly 2,300 historic-age resources along five different alignments.
BLUEPRINTS FOR THE CITIZEN SOLDIER: A NATIONWIDE HISTORIC CONTEXT STUDY OF UNITED STATES ARMY RESERVE CENTERS
Blueprints for the Citizen Soldier: A Nationwide Historic Context Study of United States Army Reserve Centers was developed in order to provide the U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) with a baseline of knowledge and research that can be utilized extensively throughout USAR. The context study provides improved uniformity in National Register determinations and enhances the potential for integration of cultural and natural resources programs.