Consultation & Documentation

The Section 106 Review process is part of the National Historic Preservation Act that requires any construction project funded or regulated by a Federal agency be reviewed to determine if there will be an affect on historic resources or properties. Section 106 Reviews identify, evaluate & assess the potential effects of proposed construction of a historic property or surrounding historic district. Many states have similar provision related project utilizing state funds.


ARCHtrio can assist building/property owners in completing this process for State or Federally funded or regulated projects and can provide guidance to avoid or mitigate any adverse effects on an existing property or district. Section 106 Reviews are administered through the State Historic Preservation Officer.





Advisory Council on Historic Preservation: Working with Section 106