- Cultural Resource Identification, Evaluation, & Documentation
- National Register of Historic Places Listing
- Rehabilitation Tax Credits & Design Strategy Resolution
- Municipal Preservation Program Development & Implementation
- Historic Property Management & Heritage Tourism Development
- Section 106 Compliance & Documentation
- Historical Research & Building Histories
- State Governments
- State & Federal Compliance Managers
Preservation Solutions LLC is dedicated to streamlining the historic preservation process. We speak the languages of government officials, architects, developers, and private property owners. Clients benefit from our experience navigating the interrelated local, state, and federal preservation programs.
Preservation Solutions is a limited liability corporation registered in the state of Idaho and a woman-owned business. As owner and principal, Kerry Davis leads each project and consults early on with appropriate administrators to avoid delays, thus piloting clients toward project approval.
Principal / Architectural Historian
Kerry Davis has over eighteen years of experience in cultural resource management and preservation methodology in sixteen states nationwide. Her breadth of experience includes documentation and eligibility assessments for more than 22,000 buildings and structures. This work encompasses early nineteenth through late-twentieth century resources that run the gamut from skyscrapers to small town commercial buildings, industrial districts to steel truss bridges, working-class neighborhoods to custom ranch house subdivisions, and rural farmsteads to dense urban centers.
Davis' education and experience exceed the Secretary of the Interior's Professional Qualification Standards for Architectural History and Historic Preservation as outlined in 36 CFR 61 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended. Furthermore, she is listed as a qualified historic preservation consultant with the State Historic Preservation Offices in Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, and Oklahoma.