Consultants & Contractors

This list serves to assist those seeking historic and archaeological professional services and expertise when undertaking preservation projects. Anyone may submit their name or company to be added to this list.

Consultants

Stephen McNair (McNair HP)
PO Box 2604 Mobile, AL
(334) 303-3029
smcnair@mcnairhp.com
www.mcnairhp.com

Services:

  • Historic tax credits
  • Ad valorem reduction applications
  • Section 106
  • National Register of Historic Places
  • Historic district design guidelines and training
  • Government relations

Katie Randall (Afore Preservation)
401 E. Tombigbee St. Florence, AL 35630
(615) 743-5862
katie@aforepreservation.com
aforepreservation.com

Services:

  • National Register of Historic Places
  • State and local register nominations
  • Archival research
  • Historic tax credits
  • Resource survey and inventory
  • Section 106
  • Interpretive materials 

David Schneider (Schneider Historic Preservatoin, LLC)
411 E. 6th St. Anniston, AL 36207
(256) 310-6320
dbschneider@bellsouth.net
www.shphistoric.com

Services:

  • Historic tax credits
  • National Register of Historic Places
  • Environmental review and compliance
  • Resource surveys
  • Historic district design review
  • Heritage tourism, preservation planning, and advocacy

Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area
468 S. Court St. Florence, AL 35630
(256) 765-5028
msnha@una.edu
msnha.una.edu

Services:

  • National Register of Historic Places
  • Interpretive/educational materials
  • Serves a six county region: Colbert, Franklin, Lauderdale, Lawrence, Limestone, and Morgan

Linda Nelson (FuturePast)
4700 7th Court St. Birmingham, AL 35222
(205) 592-6610
futurepast44@gmail.com

Services:

  • Historic tax credits and ad valorem reduction applications in the Jefferson County area

Phil Thomason (Thomason & Assoc.)
PO Box 121225 Nashville, TN 37212
(615) 385-4960
philip@thomasonandassociates.com
thomasonandassociates.com

Services:

  • Resource surveys
  • Preservation plans
  • National Register of Historic Places
  • Section 106
  • Historic district design guidelines

UNA Public History Center (Brian Dempsey, Director)
UNA Box 5019 Florence, AL 35632
(256) 765-5069
bdempsey@una.edu
una.edu/history/public-history/index.html

Services:

  • National Register of Historic Places
  • Interpretive planning

Caroline Swope (Kingstree Studios)
1038 Jackson St. SE Decatur, AL 35601
(253) 370-6984
cswope@nventure.com

Services:

  • National Register of Historic Places
  • State and local register nominations
  • Historic tax credits
  • Resource survey and inventory
  • Section 106
  • Historic Structure Reports
  • Archival research
  • Historic district design review guidelines
  • Coordination with Main St. programs
  • Historic preservation commission training

Kim Trent (Preservation Strategies)
PO Box 1734 Knoxville, TN 37901
(865) 705-1397
kim@kimtrentpreservationstrategies.com
KimTrent.com

Services:

  • Tax credits
  • National Register of Historic Places
  • Governmental relations
  • Works with nonprofits on strategic planning, staff retreats and meetings
  • Fundraising, marketing and public relations
  • Creation/management of historic real estate revolving funds
  • RFP creation
  • Conference planning and educational programming

Archaeologists

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Contractors

Coming Soon

 
 

The Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation does not endorse, recommend, evaluate, or assume responsibility for the quality of work of anyone on this list. No implication is made that anyone on this list meets federal or state standards. Users of this list should contact at least three consultants and check references with previous clients as part of their own individual investigation and judgment regarding the reputation, cost, and quality of any firm.


Federal Professional Standards
Alabama’s Architectural Guidelines
Alabama’s Archaeological Guidelines
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As a grassroots citizens’ group, the Alabama Trust provides a statewide voice for preservation efforts. The organization assists local groups around the state in seeking viable alternatives to demolition and making presentations to public officials concerning the value of preservation.
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As a grassroots citizens’ group, the Alabama Trust provides a statewide voice for preservation efforts. The organization assists local groups around the state in seeking viable alternatives to demolition and making presentations to public officials concerning the value of preservation.