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Historic Preservation

Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act requires Federal agencies to take into account the effects of their undertakings on historic properties and provide the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation a reasonable opportunity to comment on such undertakings.  ACER provides the following services to ensure compliance with 36 CFR Part 800, Protection of Historic Properties:

  • Section 106 Reviews

  • Archival Research

  • Effects Determinations

  • HABS/HAER Recordation

  • Mitigation Measures​

  • Building Restoration

  • Telecommunications Section 106 Reviews

  • Architectural Reconnaissance Surveys

  • Historic District and Landscape Surveys

  • National Register Evaluations & Nominations

  • Agreement Documents (MOA, PA) and Preservation Plans

  • Balloon tests and photo simulations for visual impact analysis


City of Reading Adverse Effect Resolution


On behalf of a major telecommunications carrier, ACER provided adverse effect resolution for adverse visual effects from a telecommunications tower, which had three (3) eligible to be listed and one (1) National Register listed historic districts within...


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Historic Building Survey
Secton 106 Submissions

Crucial to the successful outcome of any project is a diplomatic and a forthright approach towards the review agencies responsible for compliance with local, state, and federal preservation laws.  As a historic preservation consultant, ACER is diligent in negotiating resolutions mutually acceptable to the review agencies and clients in order to facilitate completion of projects.  Our thorough understanding and extensive experience in working with compliance issues, coupled with our excellent relationships with local and federal review agencies, allows us to guide our clients through the entire process from start to finish.

SHPO Compliance
Adverse Impact Mitigation
NEPA Compliance
Additional Cultural & Environmental Resource Management Services Provided by ACER:
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