🔗Architectural Historian or Preservation Planner
Website Kirk Huffaker Preservation Strategies
KHPS has been working regionally in the Intermountain West and nationally from a base in Salt Lake City working for clients who are excited about historic preservation. Company information, a project list, and the principal’s resume are available at www.kirkhuffaker.com.
❖ Independently manage stand-alone architectural history and historic preservation projects and assist the Principal in the execution of architectural history, historic preservation, preservation planning, and components of multi-disciplinary projects.
❖ Plan and complete historic resource surveys of residential, commercial, agricultural, industrial, and institutional properties using digital photography, new technologies, and other traditional methodologies.
❖ Conduct archival research, focusing on primary and secondary sources, and write historic narratives and context statements.
❖ Evaluate resources under National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) criteria.
❖ Carry out project-level review for compliance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards, in support of NHPA and local permitting projects.
❖ Contribute to proposal and marketing efforts.
❖ Maintain the KHPS high standard of technical ethics and quality assurance and ensure that project deliverables meet agency and industry standards, and be motivated to identify and resolve problems in creative ways.
❖ Manage quality and completeness of data collection, analysis, and report completion from start to finish.
❖ Perform professional technical peer-to-peer review of documents.
❖ Work closely with the Principal to promote KHPS business interests.
❖ Work with clients to identify project needs and make recommendations for management of historic resources.
❖ Work with the public when public engagement is required on projects.
❖ Collaborate with the KHPS team that engages on a wide variety of projects.