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Gregory Dietrich Preservation Consulting

Cultural Resource Management is a field encompassing historic architectural and archaeological investigations largely triggered by environmental laws. Each law comes with its own set of regulatory requirements that is meant to consider a redevelopment project's effects on historic properties, as well as to consider mitigations that might alleviate these effects. Cultural resource studies, entailing research, survey and an analysis of significance and effects, are typically stipulated by state historic preservation offices and may consist of multiple phases. Gregory Dietrich Preservation Consulting's experience in navigating a host of regulatory processes affecting historic properties, coupled with its expertise in completing all phases of cultural resource studies, ensure that each project will meet its compliance objectives on time and on budget.



Schmidlapp-Humes Estate
Gowanus Canal Area
Kings Park Psychiatric Center
Liberty Hall
Ocean, Burlington, Atlantic Counties


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