Cultural Resource Surveys

Our country’s built environment is amazingly rich in its diversity of structures and architectural styles. We at Thomason and Associates are privileged to document this wealth of resources. During the past three decades we have surveyed more than 50,000 structures. These surveys encompass the full array of indigenous architectural styles and forms, including residential, commercial, public and industrial buildings and sites, both rural and urban. Many of our surveys result in the preparation of historic context studies and assessments of National Register eligibility.

We have completed citywide surveys and assessments in communities as diverse as Kansas City, Missouri, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Jackson, Mississippi, and Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. Projects of the “recent past” are now an important part of our work and we have completed surveys of Post-World War II architecture for the cities of Knoxville, Tennessee and Little Rock, Arkansas.

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