Historic Assessments for CEQA and Section 106

ARG’s Planning & History Group assists municipalities, government agencies, environmental planning consultants, developers, and private property owners in the environmental review process by completing historical resource evaluations and project-related design review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and Section 106. Private developers and public agencies frequently call upon ARG to provide strategic guidance early in the CEQA process to ensure smooth and defensible documentation from beginning to end.

  • Century Plaza Hotel, Historical Resource Assessment and Impacts Analysis, Los Angeles, CA
  • 275 Brannan Street, Historic Resource Evaluation and Project Impact Assessment, San Francisco, CA
  • 5M Development, Historical Resources Technical Report, San Francisco, CA
  • Multnomah County Courthouse/Jefferson Station, Historic Resource Assessment, Portland, OR
  • Oregon State Capitol Renovation, Secretary’s Standards Compliance Assessment, Salem, OR
  • Oregon State Hospital Renovation Project, Secretary’s Standards Compliance Assessment, Salem, OR
  • Palo Alto Children’s Library, Section 106 Compliance, Palo Alto, CA
  • Piers 27-29 International Cruise Ship Terminal, Historical Resource Evaluation Report and Design Review, San Francisco, CA
  • Portland City Hall State Historic Preservation Office and Historic Landmarks Commission Oversight, Portland, OR
  • Oregon Department of Transportation Compliance Documentation for Various Projects, Various Cities, OR
  • The Factory at Robertson Lane, Technical Report under CEQA, West Hollywood, CA
  • Lucas Museum of Narrative Art EIR, Historical Resources Technical, Los Angeles, CA
  • 1500 Mission Street EIR Technical Report, San Francisco, CA
  • Marin Civic Center Exhibit Hall and Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium Section 106 , San Rafael, CA

275 Brannan photo courtesy of Scott Hargis; Oregon State Hospital photography by Josh Partee; Pier 27 and Palo Alto Children’s Library photography by Takashi Fukuda.

All other photography by Architectural Resources Group

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