PRESERVATION RESOURCE DIRECTORY
This directory is intended to help the general public find people with expertise in various aspects of historic preservation, be it planning, design, development, financing, tax credits, National Register nominations or accounting. The directory is made up of major donors to our organization and is intended to recognize these people and companies for their generosity to the cause of historic preservation in Missouri. It is NOT AN ENDORSEMENT of any of the companies or individuals mentioned. We strongly urge you to obtain competitive bids and get references from the contractor before the start of any building rehabilitation project.
All listings are in alphabetical order. Click on the hypertext link to go to the Resource’s web page:
• ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE
• ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS, DESIGNERS, INTERIORS
• BUILDING MATERIALS & CONSERVATION
• COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
• CONTRACTORS, DEVELOPERS & CRAFTSMEN
• HISTORIC CONSULTANTS
• LEGAL SERVICES
• TAX CREDIT APPLICATIONS, SYNDICATION & PURCHASE
• PRESERVATION ORGANIZATIONS & PRESERVATION-FRIENDLY BUSINESSES
Missouri Department of Natural Resources
Brownfields/Voluntary Cleanup Program (BVCP)
P.O. Box 176
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0176
Contact: Catherine Jones
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources’ Brownfields/Voluntary Cleanup Program (BVCP), under a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. EPA, conducts site-specific environmental assessments of Brownfield properties for public entities such as cities, counties and quasi-governmental entities, as well as for not-for-profit organizations. Properties that are privately owned are only eligible if an application is sent on behalf of the private owner by an eligible entity. The assessments are provided at no cost to the property owner or the eligible applicant. An assessment provides valuable information that can aid in making decisions regarding the future of the property.
Often, local governments acquire contaminated properties through foreclosure for back taxes, land donations, or may own property they would like to sell for redevelopment purposes. These entities sometimes have difficulty finding adequate funding to pay for environmental assessments (All Appropriate Inquiries, Phase I and Phase II Assessments) prior to redevelopment. Often, it is the unknown environmental condition of the privately or publically held property that dissuades developers. The assessments provide the information necessary to move forward with planning, and redevelopment of the property.
The BVCP also offers state oversight for the voluntary cleanup of properties contaminated with hazardous substances. The BVCP is a non-enforcement program designed to help property owners, business operators, or prospective buyers. It provides “closure” when the property is cleaned up to approved specifications and standards acceptable to the state. This “closure” can greatly reduce the environmental liability associated with such properties, thereby facilitating property transactions. (08/16)
ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE
Anders CPAs + Advisors
800 Market Street, Suite 500 | St. Louis, MO 63101
f (314) 558-0805
Dave Finklang, CPA, CGMA, MBA
Manager + Tax Services
Connect with Dave on LinkedIn.
p (314) 655-5566 f (314) 558-0805
Preserve your cash while preserving history. At Anders, we’ll show you how. To reap the benefits of using historic tax credits for your project, it is critical to understand how to control costs and increase your return on investment. Our familiarity with these and other tax credits has helped us save thousands of dollars for our clients. One way to increase your cost savings is to spend a few hours with a member of the Anders Historic Tax Credit team. We’ll get you ready for the required CPA Examination of the Projects Expenditures List. To keep you organized and in compliance, we’ve even developed a simple tracking system. With a team dedicated to the real estate and construction industries, Anders can also provide services ranging from tax preparation, cost segregation studies, audits to accounting system implementation and valuation. Anders is large enough to offer you the most advanced services but right sized enough to provide the individual attention you deserve. (08/16)
Brown Smith Wallace LLC
6 CityPlace Drive, Suite 900
St. Louis, MO 63141
Ann L. Holtshouser, CPA
Brown Smith Wallace is the second-largest locally owned, full-service CPA and business advisory firm in Missouri with more than 240 employees. In addition to audit and tax services, including historic preservation tax credit services, Brown Smith Wallace offers nontraditional consulting services such as risk advisory services, insurance advisory consulting, transaction advisory and litigation support, cyber security, health care advisory services and small business services.
Brown Smith Wallace was named a Top 100 Firm by INSIDE Public Accounting, and has been one of St. Louis’ Top Workplaces for the past four years by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The firm was also recognized nationally for the fifth time as a “Best Accounting Firm to Work For” in 2014 by Accounting Today, and was the only St. Louis firm to rank in the top 20 of the 2015 and 2016 Vault Accounting Firm rankings. (08/16)
1310 East 104th Street.
Kansas City, Mo. 64131
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
At MarksNelson, our professionals have been helping owners and developers of tax credit projects for over 25 years. Our certified public accountants have national firm expertise but provide hands-on local service. We fill the need for responsive high-level advisors on ownership structuring and financial projections to maximize historic tax credits. Whether you need help with planning your project, auditing your project costs for submission to the state, or annual tax return preparation to get your credits “right”, we have staff and partners ready to assist. Our team will walk you through the process, answer your questions, and help you get the results you are looking for. Consulting, Auditing, and Tax Services for Tax Credit Projects – Historic Preservation, Neighborhood Preservation, Affordable Housing, New Markets. (08/16)
U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation
1307 Washington Ave. Suite 300
St. Louis, MO 63103
1. S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation provides resources and expertise for the rehabilitation of historic buildings, the construction of affordable and market-rate homes, the development of renewable energy facilities, and the generation of commercial economic activity in low income communities. As one of the nation’s largest tax credit investors, USBCDC has invested more than $17 billion nationwide in hundreds of transactions, including Affordable Housing (LIHTC), New Markets (NMTC), Historic (HTC), and Renewable Energy (ITC) projects. These equity investments have provided needed revitalization and new resources to communities throughout the country.
With more than $1.5 billion invested through federal and state HTC Programs, USBCDC has worked closely with developers, local governments, and mission-based community development efforts to restore our nation’s architectural heritage and breathe renewed economic life into our inner cities. We have formulated many innovative financing solutions to address the higher costs associated with rehabilitating historic structures. Our expertise with combining tax credit programs has provided developers with the flexibility to leverage varied sources of financing and address the complexities of rehabilitating historic properties. (08/16)
ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS, DESIGNERS, INTERIORS
Forsyth Engineering, Inc.
1102 South Eighteenth Street
St. Louis, MO 63104
Forsyth Engineering is a professional consulting engineering corporation offering services in the areas of structural engineering, industrial building and industrial structure design, investigations and reports and the preparation of documents for the bidding of construction work. Founded in the fall of 1989, the firm markets its services to other consultants, design-build concerns and owners of buildings and structures in the Midwest and across the country. Current clients include ICL Performance Products LP, Krupp Construction and the Friends of Arrow Rock. (11/15)
Rosemann & Associates, P.C.
168 N. Meramec | Suite 200 | Clayton, MO 63105
Office Phone: 314.678.1448
1526 Grand Boulevard |Kansas City, Missouri 64108-1404
Office Phone: 816.472.1448
Founded in 1987 by Don Rosemann, Rosemann & Associates, P.C. has focused on designing the backdrop for life by actively studying how people live in built environments. The result is smart design, strict budget control and on-time performance. Its areas of practice include: Multi-Family, Historic Renovation, Senior Living, Student Housing, Commercial/Specialty, Interior Design, Structural Engineering and Green Building.
With its 29 years of business success, Rosemann is active in 20 states and has been the recipient of over 100 awards. Offices are in three locations – Denver, Kansas City and St. Louis. Their focus is on the financial and social success of its clients’ projects and the establishment of long-term relationships earned by its ethical business practices, attention to detail, responsiveness, competitive fee structure and holistic understanding of the complex financial structures and compliance issues facing its clients. (08/16)
St. Louis Design Alliance
6014 Delmar Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63112
St. Louis Design Alliance was incorporated in 1977 and has been under present ownership since 1982. Our experienced professional staff is composed exclusively of individuals holding architectural degrees. StLDA has a depth of experience in many building types from residential to commercial. We have worked across the State of Missouri and Mid-west. StLDA has developed an expertise in historic renovation work, particularly in the use of State and Federal historic tax credits for project funding. Historic work has ranged from single family rehab to large commercial buildings. Projects have included our own offices, an original A&P grocery store on Delmar and most recently the renovation of a 7-story midrise known as the Gotham Apartments located in St Louis’ West End neighborhood. (08/16)
Stark Wilson Duncan Architects Inc.
315 Nichols Road
Kansas City, Missouri 64112
816.531.1978 – fax
Paul Stark and Tim Wilson, Principals
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Stark Wilson Duncan Architects Inc. (SWD), founded in 1935, is a full-service architectural firm with offices on the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, Missouri. SWD serves a wide range of commercial, residential and public sector clients throughout Missouri and Kansas, with an emphasis on master planning, multi-family housing, historic restoration, health care, and office and restaurant design. In the past 28 years, SWD has developed a proficiency for the master planning, historic renovation, and adaptive reuse of numerous projects throughout the state of Missouri. These projects comply with the Federal Historic Tax Credit and the State of Missouri Historic Tax Credit requirements. This historic renovation experience has allowed SWD to complete over 120 historic renovation projects. (08/16)
STRATA Architecture + Preservation
1701 Oak St., Suite 100
Kansas City, MO 64108
STRATA Architecture Inc. is a woman owned, small business with extensive experience in historic restoration and renovation, adaptive reuse, new construction, and planning in both residential and commercial construction. Representing over 30+ years of architectural experience, our firm specializes in existing buildings and sites, adaptive reuse, smart growth and new construction within a historic context.
With a special emphasis on contextual suitability, our design approach responds to the unique challenges of each project with the goal of both satisfying the client and developing sound and appropriate architectural solutions. Each solution is tailored to fit the opportunities and constraints of the individual project’s design, budget, and schedule – an approach that has resulted in a noteworthy history of implemented on-time and on-budget projects for the firm.
STRATA Architecture Inc. represents a commitment to the field of historic preservation and renovation, exemplified by their dedication to historic buildings. The firm is headquartered in Downtown Kansas City, Missouri, within a 1960s Mid-Century Modern building.
STRATA Architecture Inc. has professional registration in the State of Missouri and Kansas and has NCARB certification for registration in additional states. The firm has been a bona fide Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) since 1989. STRATA meets all 36 CFR Part 61 requirements for Historic Preservation Professionals set forth by the Federal Advisory Council on Historic Preservation. Our firm has experience working with Local, State and Federal Historic Preservation agencies on numerous projects and have extensive experience with the Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit program. (08/16)
1811 Baltimore Avenue
Kansas City, MO 64108-1930
Joy Coleman, AIA, Principal
Established in 1981, Treanor Architects specializes in historic preservation. We are committed to helping historic building owners develop and realize a vision that combines modern necessities with historic architecture. Through assessment, planning and design, Treanor identifies the best approach to creatively utilize historic buildings.
Our historic preservation services include: restoration, rehabilitation and adaptive use planning and design; historic interiors; exterior envelope restoration; historic structure reports; preservation and maintenance plans; and historic architecture consulting. (08/17)
BUILDING MATERIALS AND CONSERVATION
Cathedral Stone Products
705 SE 11th Street
Lee Summit, MO 64081
main office email@example.com
Cathedral Stone® Products is the leading North American manufacturer-distributor of environmentally safe masonry restoration and preservation products. Since 1982, we have supported specifiers and contractors by providing laboratory-tested, environmentally safe products that are proven to stand the test of time – and the elements. Our full product offering includes natural mortars and grouts, as well as sustainable paints, paint strippers, water repellent, biological solution, and cleaners. We are most widely known as the only company in North America that customizes mortars by testing the substrate, identifying their physical properties, and developing a compatible mortar. Our one-of-a-kind process, ongoing research, eco-friendly product line and constant innovation are fueled by our passion to continually find the best – and safest – method for restoring and preserving masonry. (11/15)
Dalco Industries, Inc.
13795 St. Charles Rock Road
Bridgeton, MO 63044
Over 40 Years ago, Dalco Industries was created pursuing federal commercial projects for replacement windows and siding for military bases, and U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) projects across the United States. Since then, our awarded contracts have come to include a variety of apartment complexes, condominiums, office and commercial buildings. In the last 10 years, Dalco expanded its commercial division to play a key role in providing replacement windows on numerous historical preservation projects including projects receiving state and federal tax credits. (8/15)
• QUALITY CRAFTSMANSHIP
• EXCEPTIONAL INSTALLATION SERVICE
• EXCELLENT REPUTATION
Quaker Window Products
504 Highway 63 South
P.O. Box 128
Freeburg, Missouri 65035
National Sales Manager
800-347-0438 x. 1148
Quaker Window Products in Freeburg, Missouri, is one of the country’s premier window and door manufacturers. We have been a leading supplier of historically correct windows for many years, offering venting, hung, horizontal sliding and fixed windows that meet almost any individual project specifications. Our windows and doors can be seen in historical preservation projects across the entire state of Missouri, as well as throughout the United States. (08/16)
#9 Trautman Industrial Court
Ste. Genevieve, MO 63670
Toll Free: 866-305-5577
Rivertown Windows is an experienced custom millwork window manufacturer who has been serving distributors, general contractors and home builders for all of their specially shaped wood and aluminum clad windows. Rivertown Windows manufactures and distributes custom historic windows, replacement windows, octagon windows, round windows and aluminum clad windows. Rivertown manufactures high quality custom shaped windows that are delivered on time, within specifications and at attractive prices. Call toll free 866-305-5577 for information on our “Custom Window Distributor” Program. (08/16)
Southern Supply – Distinctive Home Products
3216 E. Division
Springfield, MO 65802
Showroom: (417) 866-3551
Toll Free: (800)844-2551
Jill Squires-Vincel – Owner
Southern Supply – Distinctive Home Products is proud to be your Marvin Window Design Center servicing Southwest Missouri. With locations in Joplin, Branson and Springfield, MO, our staff members have been designing with Marvin products for over 20 years. We have the in house expertise to accommodate your Historic, Residential, and Commercial projects that call for Wood Clad Windows, Exterior and Interior Doors, Mouldings, Fine Cabinetry and Stair Parts. At Southern Supply – Distinctive Home Products, we have partnered with, and display top manufacturers in the industry such as; Marvin Windows, Wellborn Cabinetry, Cambria, and James Hardie just to name a few. Let us help you with not only product, but design solutions and coordination with the Architect or Design Team involved in planning your project. We can help to provide CAD files and product submittal needs early in the design stage to assure your project move swiftly and accurately through the building phase. A family-owned distributor, Southern Supply – Distinctive Home Products will be your complete building and remodeling solution. (08/16)
Wollenberg Building Conservation, LLC
2320 Hampton Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63139
Fax: (314) 645-4990
Wollenberg Building Conservation, LLC began in 1992 under Columbia University -trained architectural conservator, Peter Wollenberg. The company works almost exclusively on historic buildings, monuments, and sculpture projects in Missouri and throughout the Midwest. Our work includes condition assessments, documentation and restoration planning and project over-site, analysis of material deterioration problems, analysis of historic paints and mortars, and treatment of large and small monuments. Our project list includes St. Louis City Hall, the Wainwright Building, the St. Louis State Hospital and the Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis; the Missouri State Capitol and the Supreme Court Building in Jefferson City; monuments in the Illinois, Missouri, and Minnesota; museums in Historic New Harmony, Indiana, Wichita, Kansas; and the Clinton Library in Little Rock, Arkansas. The Principal, Peter Wollenberg, is a past chapter president and International Board member of APT (Association for Preservation Technology International), a member of the American Institute of Conservation (AIC), past chapter president of the Society of Architectural Historians (SAH) and current Board member of the Statewide organization, Missouri Preservation. (08/16)
COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Missouri Humanities Council
543 Hanley Industrial Ct., Ste. 201
St. Louis, MO 63144 phone 314.781.9660
The Missouri Humanities Council is a 501c3 statewide organization that bolsters local economic development in rural and urban communities through heritage tourism initiatives, conducts workshops benefitting Missouri veterans and their families, and enhances local communities by funding humanities-based programs, projects, and events through an extensive community grants program. The MHC encourages and supports humanities-related public outreach programming, including teacher education academies and workshops, lecture series, forums, and publications, festivals and living history venues, reading programs for disadvantaged families, and commemorative exhibits highlighting the rich heritage of Missouri. To accomplish these activities, the MHC regularly partners with numerous statewide, regional, and local civic and community organizations, educational institutions, and governmental agencies. (08/16)
Missouri Main Street Connection, Inc.
Gayla Roten, State Director
PO Box 1066, Branson, MO 65616
Keith Winge, Community Development Coordinator
Missouri Main Street Connection (MMSC) serves as the state coordinating program for communities seeking to revitalize their downtowns, using the Main Street Four-Point® Approach, which is a unified, comprehensive method designed to establish and sustain local revitalization programs within the context of historic preservation. MMSC provides revitalization training, consulting and mentoring services, plus Accreditation reviews for qualifying communities. (11/15)
CONTRACTORS, DEVELOPERS & CRAFTSMEN
HBD Construction, Inc.
5517 Manchester Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110-1975
314.781-5214 – fax
H.B.D. Construction, Inc. is a diverse, full-service general contracting and construction management firm located in St. Louis since 1922. We have extensive experience in senior living, multi-family, historic conversions, retail, office buildings, medical facilities, entertainment and industrial projects. Our highly qualified office staff consists of trained professionals who understand the construction process from initial design through completion. Each project is assigned one manager who is solely responsible for the project from start to finish; the manager also reports daily to the President or COO, who both maintain an active role in each of HBD’s projects. The level of HBD’s commitment, stability and service is why it has been around since 1922 and enjoys a long list of satisfied, repeat customers.
James G. Staat Tuckpointing, Inc.
8177 Gravois Road
St. Louis MO 63123
314.743.0671 – fax
James G. Staat Tuckpointing Inc. prides itself in the Historic Preservation of houses and buildings in the surrounding areas. Included is a list of services our company provides to make your renovation project a successful one: (08/15)
Terra Cotta Replacement Stone Patching
Restoration Cleaning Brick Reconstruction
Brick Replacement Tuckpointing
The Lawrence Group
Architecture, Interiors, Landscape, Planning, Development, Construction, Graphics
319 North 4th Street
St. Louis, MO 63102
Lawrence Group is a building design, development and project delivery firm headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. Lawrence Group is an industry leader with professional staff in five regional offices in North America and one international office in the People’s Republic of China (PRC.) Across the international network of operations today, the firm’s expertise includes architecture, interior design, urban planning, landscape architecture, real estate development, graphic design, and construction management. Between 1996 and 2009 the company expanded its St. Louis-based North American operations to comprise offices in additional, key regions anchored by practices in Austin, Texas; Charlotte, North Carolina and New York, New York. The mission and brand promise of the founders has been consistent over the past quarter century: Helping Clients Realize Their Dreams.
Lawrence Group is a building design, development and project delivery firm with professional staff in four regional offices in North America. Across our national network of operations, our firm’s expertise includes architecture, interior design, urban planning, landscape architecture, real estate development, graphic design, and construction management. Lawrence Group has a true expertise and passion for preserving historic structures. In addition to development and design, our experience includes leading the tax credit process from start to finish. Our staff of more than 170 includes registered architects, interior designers and LEED® accredited professionals, and our mission has been consistent for over 30 years: to help our clients realize their dreams. (08/16)
*Missouri Preservation Charter Partner
4268 Manchester Avenue, Floor 2
St. Louis, MO 63110
Established in 2000, Mangrove Redevelopment is recognized as a leader in the renaissance of St. Louis’ Forest Park Southeast Neighborhood. Their signature building, the Mangrove, is at the heart of the Grove District. Its restoration is credited with having set new and higher standards in rehabilitation along Manchester Avenue, which has helped to attract new investment to the street and to the area.
Mid-Continental Restoration, Inc.
Brick, Masonry & Concrete Restoration
401 Hudson Road
Post Office Box 429
Fort Scott, KS 66701
Mid-Continental Restoration Co., Inc. has been in the masonry restoration business for over 60 years and will give customers a free estimate for a wide range of services. We pride ourselves on working closely with structural engineers and architects to perform the concrete repairs while maintaining focus on the structural integrity and load capacities of each individual structure. MCR is proud to have been in existence for over 60 years. In that period of time we have developed some of the finest craftsmen known to the masonry restoration industry. The New Masonry Division was established in 1995. The primary purpose of this division is to build new masonry projects. This division handles any type of commercial, residential or industrial project, no matter the size.
Painted Effects Contracting, LLC
485 Airport Road
Ferguson, St. Louis County, MO 63135
Painted Effects Contracting, LLC, owned by Bob McCarty, is a full service Painting Company that concentrates on all aspects for the preservation of the interior and exterior of older buildings and homes, including plaster and wood repair. We specialize in the renovation and preservation of historic wood sash windows making sure that the sash runs freely in its original track. Not only will we repair or rebuild the sash, but we will work with you in stopping any air infiltration into the building with the help of storms and weather stripping. If the building does not have storms, and is eligible under historical standards, we will build Custom Storm Windows to fit the opening. We will work with you to match existing colors or lead you in a direction so that you can pick the colors that will make your building or home one of a kind. We will also replicate a wood or marble effect that will adorn your building in a grand scale. Give Bob a call at 314-524-1264 and ask him if they could help, because Painted Effects Contracting wants to help you, ‘Maintain Yesterday for Tomorrow’. (11/15)
Pishny Restoration Services
913.710.6121 – direct
913.227.0176 – fax
Kansas City Office Missouri Office
12202 W. 88th Street 14210 S. 825 Road
Lenexa, KS 66215 Stockton, MO 65785
At Pishny Restoration Services we believe our company is unique in that we invest heavily in education and training with each of our craftsmen. Whether they are our restoration masons, window and door carpenters, our lime putty plasterers, or our cemetery experts, they all receive continuous education from the nation’s most recognized experts in the field. Interestingly we have now found that our specialized knowledge has positioned our company as an industry leader, and are often contacted by preservation architects during the design phase for our input. If you are struggling to find a company with the specialized knowledge and training to restore your historic structure don’t hesitate to contact us. Pishny Restoration Services – Preserving America’s Past for the Future. (08/16)
Plastering by Eric Aulbach
5731 Dale Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63110 Eric Aulbach
With over 30 years of experience in all facets of the trade, Eric Aulbach continues a family tradition. His work includes traditional plaster repair, patching, skim coats, drywall repair, exterior stucco, polished Italian/Venetian plasters, ornamental, cove work and imitation marble in slab and veneer methods. The self-described “Plaster Geek” excels at doing the job right. (08/15)
1317 W 13th Terr, #3B
Kansas City, MO, 64102
Co-owner, Project Manager
Plasterkraft is the only ornamental plaster and paint company specializing in historic preservation in the Midwest. We are based in Kansas City, but travel nationally as the need arises. Plasterkraft has extensive knowledge and experience in historic mansions, hotels and theaters, especially those that depend on historic tax credits to help fund their projects. Our coalition of craftsmen can repair any scope of damage, interior or exterior, caused by water, fire or Act of God; with the help of our own in-house architect, we can take the project from design and planning, to substructure assembly, to replication and installation, and finish with textures, paints and glazes to match the adjacent structure. If original pieces are missing altogether, we have sculptors to carve them anew. We are versed in classical methods and materials regarding plaster and paint, while still incorporating new materials and technologies as necessary in order to bring our clients the best solution for their buildings and their budgets. We can create or replicate to spec any detail in gypsum, cement, cast stone or even plastic. Once we finish a project, visitors can’t tell we were ever there; they simply marvel at the beauty and longevity of this historic landmark. (08/16)
Prost Builders Inc.
3617 Rte CC, Jefferson City, MO 65109
1. (573) 635-0211
fax (573) 634-2442
Vaughn X. Prost, P.E.
Office: 573-635-0211 ext. 145
Prost Builders Inc. has had a passion for rehabilitating historic structures all over the State of Missouri for over 40 years. We have rehabilitated many significant structures such as; the Felix Valle Home in St. Genieve, Bollinger Mill near Jackson, Lohman’s Landing in Jefferson City, Union Covered Bridge near Paris, Mark Twain’s Boyhood home in Hannibal, Marquette Hotel in Cape Girardeau, Commercial Hotel/Ballantine House in Boonville, Palace Hotel in Butler, Haas Warehouse in Neosho, The Adler on Washington Avenue in St. Louis, Boone County Courthouse, Cole County Courthouse and numerous State of Missouri buildings including; the Capitol, Supreme Court Building, Broadway Building and the Governor’s Mansion all in Jefferson City.
Prost Builders would love to be involved as a developer and/or contractor on your historic project. (08/16)
R.G. Ross Construction Co., Inc.
4079 Bayless Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63125
1. G. Ross Construction Co., Inc. projects have ranged in size from $30 thousand to $35 million. Completed projects include numerous medical, churches, schools, retail centers, supermarkets, commercial and industrial facilities, low‐income housing projects, and major renovations and additions to office buildings. R. G. Ross Construction has also been the contractor on several Landmark Award winning projects over the years. Our approach to project management ensures continuity, because the same person who estimates the project oversees it to completion. This provides the owner with one contact person and facilitates efficient communication. (08/15)
Engine House No. 1, Inc.
2411 McNair Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63104
314-772-7700 Phone & Fax
Engine House No. 1, Inc. is an architectural firm that specializes in Historic Structure Reports, institutional planning, programming and design with an emphasis on historic preservation, including projects at State, County and not-for-profit organization historic sites. Some of their past projects have received Missouri Preservation’s McReynolds and Preserve Missouri Awards. Principal Marion Smith is Vice President of the Benton Park Neighborhood Housing Corporation and a Board member of Friends of the Missouri Governor’s Mansion. She also served on the Board of Missouri Preservation from 2009 through 2015.
Marion studied architecture at McGill University, Montreal and holds Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Architecture degrees from the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI. (08/16)
Debbie Sheals, Historic Preservation Consulting
29 South Ninth Street Ste. 210
Columbia, MO 65201
Debbie Sheals is an architectural historian with more than 20 years of experience in the field of historic preservation. Work during that time has included historical research and documentation for more than 1,500 historic buildings. Research, National Register and Historic Preservation Tax Credit projects have taken her to more than 50 cities, in six states. (08/16)
Karen Bode Baxter, Preservation Specialist
5811 Delor St.
St. Louis, Mo 63109
Since 1993, Karen Bode Baxter has worked as a preservation consultant for property owners, real estate development teams, and architects on historic tax credit applications and National Register nominations in Missouri, Iowa, Oklahoma and New York. She has supervised the historic tax credit applications for hundreds of projects, ranging from small houses to commercial rehabilitation projects of all sizes, and costing from $40,000 to $500,000 million. She has supervised the successful completion of more than 160 projects in Missouri by 2008 (10% of the Missouri’s total). Although most of her current projects are in the Saint Louis metropolitan area, she has recently worked on projects in a number of eastern Missouri communities, including Kirksville, Hannibal, Park Hills, Arcadia, De Soto, Cape Girardeau and Ste. Genevieve. She is certified as an historian and an architectural historian with over 35 years of historic preservation experience. She and her staff have worked together listing more than 70 buildings and 19 historic districts on the National Register of Historic Places. She completed her doctorate course work in history and historic preservation at Oklahoma State University and she has her Economic Development and Design Certifications from the National Main Street Center’s Certification Institute in Professional Downtown Management. Prior to coming to St. Louis in 1995 she worked for 7 years with historic downtown redevelopment programs connected with the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Iowa and Oklahoma. She is currently the president of Missouri Preservation and an Advisory Board Member of Missouri Main Street Connection. (08/15)
Rosin Preservation, LLC
1712 Holmes Street
Kansas City, MO 64108
Elizabeth Rosin, Principal
Rosin Preservation is a Kansas City-based historic preservation consulting firm that offers a broad range of preservation services in a multi-state region. Clients benefit from the energy, knowledge and creativity of the Rosin Preservation team. Our intimate understanding of the preservation process, the players, and the rules and regulations add credibility and value to projects. This enables our clients to accurately anticipate the time, costs, and hurdles required to complete a successful project. (11/15)
Husch Blackwell LLP
190 Carondelet Plaza, Suite 600
St. Louis, MO 63105
With one of the most experienced teams of real estate, development and construction attorneys in Missouri and the Midwest, Husch Blackwell provides an in-depth knowledge to help our clients succeed, no matter how complex the project. Husch Blackwell has been at the center of many of the most iconic development projects throughout St. Louis, Kansas City, and other regions in Missouri. Whether traditional development projects, or more complex projects requiring development incentives, Historic Tax Credits, or other related tax credits, our deep understanding of your industry enables us to help you seize opportunities and overcome obstacles in order to achieve your business objectives. (08/16)
Spencer Fane Britt & Browne, LLP
2144 E. Republic Road, Suite B3000
Springfield, MO 65804
Tax credit programs are invaluable resources providing crucial equity for historic redevelopment projects. Put our experience with these programs to work for you.
Spencer Fane’s extensive experience with historic tax credits allows our clients to close deals and focus on completing their projects. We work with you to identify programs that are available to you, guide you through the intricacies of the programs – even the use of multiple incentives on a single project, bring lenders and investors to the table, handle all the agreements, negotiations and contracts, and work with agencies to make the deal happen. At the end of the day, we help you close the deal. (08/16)
TAX CREDIT SYNDICATION & PURCHASE
EHCP Manager, LLC
Lara Wolf or Patrick Wolf
2025 S. Brentwood Blvd., Suite 102
Brentwood, MO 63144
Enhanced Historic Credit Partners (EHCP) is a significant investor in real estate projects utilizing State Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits (HTC) and State Brownfield Environmental Remediation Tax Credits (Brownfield).
In operation for over 11 years, EHCP has, along with its affiliate funds, invested over $350,000,000 in more than 175 projects in Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Utilizing state tax credits, EHCP and its partners have contributed to the rehabilitation of over 175 projects, resulting in job creation, the revitalization of small towns and city blocks, and the preservation of historic structures. (08/16)
St. Louis Equity Fund, Inc. / Kansas City Equity Fund LLC
St. Louis Equity Fund, Inc.
John F. Kennedy, President and CEO
707 N. 2nd Street, Ste. 308
St. Louis, MO 63102
John J. Wuest, President and CEO Kansas City Equity Fund, LLC
Erica A. Dobreff, President
2 Cleaver Boulevard, Ste. 405
Kansas City, MO 64112
The St. Louis and Kansas City Equity Funds provide affordable rental housing, low risk investments that provide a market rate of return to investors, and a steady source of equity to partners and developers throughout the State of Missouri, Eastern Kansas, and Southern Illinois. Since its inception, St. Louis and Kansas City Equity Funds have raised over $367,000,000 which has been utilized to development 4,558 affordable homes utilizing the Low-Income Housing and Historic Tax Credit programs. Banks and corporations have invested in our multi-investor funds since 1988 to help bring affordable housing and historic preservation to communities across Missouri, Eastern Kansas, and Southern Illinois. (08/16)
PRESERVATION ORGANIZATIONS AND PRESERVATION-FRIENDLY BUSINESSES
Bill Forsyth, P.E.
Forsyth Engineering, Inc.
1102 S 18th St, St. Louis, MO 63104
William F. (Bill) Forsyth, P.E., S.E., is the President of Forsyth Engineering, Inc., a structural engineering firm founded in 1989. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the states of Missouri, Wisconsin and Texas and a registered Structural Engineer in Illinois. He has nearly 40 years of varied experience in historic preservation, rehabilitation and restoration of building structures, including the evaluation of structures for repair or adaptive reuse, the preparation of designs for structural remediation and the making of general structural surveys. He has provided structural consultation for historic buildings including the Campbell House Museum in Saint Louis, the Daniel Boone Hays House in Saint Charles County, the Antoine Oneille House in Sainte Genevieve and the Dunklin County Museum Building. He has also performed structural engineering evaluations and designed structural repairs and modifications for literally hundreds of single-family residential buildings, including many late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century homes throughout eastern and central Missouri and southwestern Illinois. Bill Forsyth has personally rehabilitated a circa 1875 row house in the Lafayette Square neighborhood of Saint Louis and currently resides in a circa 1902 house in the city’s Central West End. (08/16)
101 Farrar Drive Cape Girardeau MO 63701
Phone: 573-33v5-3134 | Fax: 573-335-5125
Bob Drury and his brothers grew up working long hours on the family farm back in the 1940’s. Their father, Lambert Drury, introduced his sons to the construction industry by forming a tile and plaster company to help supplement the family farm income. The business began by taking on small jobs. Bob and some of his brothers eventually took leave of plastering to serve loyally in the United States Army. Upon returning from serving his country, Bob married his high school sweetheart, Anna Rose Heisserer, who grew up on a neighboring farm outside of Kelso, MO.
Bob and his brothers helped energize the Drury family business, making it successful and respected throughout Southeast Missouri and neighboring states. Ann raised their three children, Kathy, Rick and Julie, as well as becoming a real “shaker and mover” of the Volunteer Department of St. Francis Hospital.
In the 1960’s, the Drury family business expanded and they built their first hotel in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Bob and his brothers enjoyed the challenges and rewards that the hotel industry presented, so in 1974 they formed another company known today as Drury Hotels.
Drury Hotels continues to be 100% family owned and operated. For 40 years, Drury has continued to stick with the basics that helped the company grow from a small plastering business in the Bootheel of Missouri to a successful, growing system of over 130 hotels in 20 states.
Bob Drury was a very innovative man, and both his drive and innovation are reflected in the number of areas our company is focused. We not only construct and develop hotels nationally; we’re also a leader in commercial real estate development and management as well as many other businesses. Bob and Anna Drury have both passed away but their legacy carries on with the hotel chain, office buildings and developments that bear their imprint and influence. More importantly, the leadership, mentoring and hard work that emboldened all around Bob to excel will long be remembered. Bob laid a very strong foundation to effectively “keep the train rolling down the tracks,” and that’s precisely what the Drury Southwest Board of Directors and Officers will do to honor Bob’s legacy. (08/16)
Missouri Alliance for Historic Preservation (Missouri Preservation)
PO Box 1715
Columbia, MO 65205
Bill Hart, Executive Director
The Missouri Alliance for Historic Preservation, (Missouri Preservation) is Missouri’s only statewide, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting, supporting, and coordinating historic preservation activities throughout the State. Founded in 1976 as the Missouri Heritage Trust, Missouri Preservation has evolved into a respected grassroots network of individuals, organizations, and preservation commissions throughout Missouri that are united in the effort to preserve the rich and diverse cultural and historic resources of the “Show Me” State. Missouri Preservation is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, representing urban, rural, and suburban interests, as well as a variety of professions. Missouri Preservation has forged an exciting partnership with the National Trust for Historic Preservation as a participant in the Trust’s Statewide Initiative Program. Missouri Preservation’s commitment to this endeavor is indicative of its mandate to protect the irreplaceable, and to make historic preservation a cornerstone of Missouri’s public policy and planning agenda for the 21st century. (08/15)
3107 Green Meadows Way
Columbia, MO 65203
Open Monday-Saturday 11:00 am to 1:30 am
Murry’s atmosphere recounts the jazz club of yesterday. Good food, good jazz and good people-that’s what we promise. When you walk into our restaurant, you’ll be welcomed by our friendly host, wonderful employees and our amazing menu. Your experience might even be enhanced by the sounds of the best jazz musicians around, as meals are complemented with live jazz five nights a week. Murry’s professional wait staff is here to make sure your dining experience is fun, complete and something to remember. The menu is á la carte, which allows you to design your own meal. Whatever the occasion, we promise to do our best for you. We are at our happiest when our customers are happy. And we’re even happier when you return. Hope to see you soon! (11/15)
Society of Architectural Historians, St. Louis Chapter
P.O. Box 23110
St. Louis, MO 63108
The Society of Architectural Historians, St. Louis Chapter, holds meetings for the study and observation of architecture and especially architectural history, promotes visits to significant works of architecture, and makes the public aware of the value of the architectural heritage of this region and of mankind. The Chapter maintains a website and publishes a quarterly newsletter containing articles on recent research into the region’s architects and architecture as well as a calendar of architecture related events in the region including exhibitions, lectures, and special tours. The Chapter holds two annual meetings, coordinates lectures about architectural topics and sponsors a series of History Hikes through St. Louis area neighborhoods. (11/15)
The State Historical Society of Missouri
1020 Lowry Street
Columbia, MO 65201
573.882.7083 | shs.umsystem.edu
The premier resource for the study of Missouri state and local history, the State Historical Society of Missouri collects, preserves, and shares the rich history of the state and the Midwest. Currently in six communities—Cape Girardeau, Columbia, Kansas City, Rolla, St. Louis, and Springfield—the Society’s vast holdings include 3,500+ titles of historic newspapers, 6 million+ photographs, 9,000+ manuscript collections, 4,000+ maps, 4,800+ oral histories, and 18,000+ editorial cartoons. (11/15)