Integrating historic preservation with sustainability expertise from the very beginning of a project, we maximize the potential that historic buildings offer to meet and even exceed desired energy performance criteria while keeping character-defining features. More
In honor of National Historic Preservation Month, we spoke with preservation experts Matt Chalifoux and Tony Bochicchio to take a closer look at their experience preserving the historic Warfield House in Gettysburg National Military Park. More
To celebrate the 103rd anniversary of the National Park Service, we spoke with team members across the firm about their favorite NPS projects to work on and which sites they most enjoy visiting around the country. More
The article, “Bridge to the Past,” authored by EYP Senior Structural Engineer and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) adjunct faculty member Mark Kanonik, recounts how a group of RPI structural engineering master’s degree students completed an extensive and unique analysis of the historic Shushan Covered Bridge in Shushan, NY.
How we can best shepherd the legacy of modernism into a durable and sustainable future raises many issues that are fundamentally changing the way in which preservation professionals approach the rehabilitation of a large segment of the built environment. More
The Washington Navy Yard recently reclaimed a piece of its illustrious past with the restoration of the Watch Box, a small, wood-framed Victorian building that served as a sentry post beginning in the 1850s. President Abraham Lincoln visited the Navy Yard late in the day on April 14, 1865, most likely making the Watch Box one of his last official stops before his fateful visit to Ford's Theatre that evening. More