In New Hampshire, we have prepared several thousand inventory forms for properties throughout the state including individual inventory forms, project area forms and town-wide area forms. Ms. Mausolf has served as an on-call architectural historian for the NHDOT Bureau of Environment since 1990.
In addition to inventory work for a number of road and bridge improvement projects, she has surveyed four railroad corridors and more than 137 miles of railroad track in New Hampshire. Other notable projects include the preparation of forty-three area forms covering the City of Manchester and a survey of the Amoskeag Millyard.
In Massachusetts we have undertaken large survey projects for the Towns of Reading, Lexington, Swampscott, and Belmont. Almost all of the above-noted survey projects were fixed-term/fixed-fee contracts which were funded jointly by the municipality and the Massachusetts Historical Commission (MHC). A testament to the quality of our work is that nearly all of these communities have, in fact, hired us to complete more than one project.
We can also help you make your existing survey materials more accessible to the public by digitizing old inventory forms or converting them to HTML or PDF and uploading them to your server or the Web. A two-year project for the Historical Commission in Lexington, Massachusetts digitized thirty years of inventory work, combining the forms with user-friendly area summaries and indices.