Historic Preservation Specialist
beginning in historic preservation work started in Yellowstone National
Park in 1976. The beauty of Old Faithful Inn and its counter part
Old Faithful geyser seem to meet each other in the sky and complement
one another like few things on the earth. This architecture radiates
the natural world and invites visitor to explore nature and themselves.
This concept has driven our company for the last twenty-five years,
and will continue to do so into the future.
With our roots interwined in Yellowstone we moved on to other aspects
and trades involved in historical preservation work. The downtown
districts of Montana and Wyoming offered new challenges and for
ten years we preserved business, churches, government buildings
and private homes. We have also worked on state and federal historic
sites including Bannack, Fort Union, Elkhorn, and historic buildings
in Grand Teton Park, Bryce Canyon, and ruins in the southwest. The
resulting experience of this work has led us to where we are now
offering training, history education and the stabilization, restoration,
and preservation of all pre-historic and historic structures.
preservation field is a difficult path to follow, and it requires
more than tools or experience. The appreciation of our ancestors
achievements, and respect for their ideas is the motivating factor
behind our mission.
Join us on our journey back in time, to find where we are now,
and know where we have yet to go.