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Heritage tourists seek out places that are unique. Discovery of tangible and intangible cultural heritage is what visitors seek and our work can reinforce authenticity. In our efforts to support heritage tourism we strive to retain and enhance uniqueness, provide easy guidance and aid in informing visitors about the places, properties and history they encounter. Our approach to the preservation and presentation of properties and cultural landscapes resources is to celebrate their past and accommodate tourism without the visitor needs overpowering the places visited or local residents. Preservation planning and landscape architecture is effectively employed to enrich the experience of the historic site, cultural landscape, community or national monument while functionalities are met. We strive to avoid the commonplace as we position preservation and tourism in a positive relationship with a valued tourist experience and a sustainable heritage community as the objective.


Bush-Holley Museum Property
Cos Cob, Connecticut

Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest
Forest, Virginia

Taconic State Parkway
Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, and Columbia Counties NY

Shelburne Farms
Shelburne, Vermont

Greenmanville Streetscape
Mystic, Connecticut

Pittsburgh Parks System
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania