Each summer we hire several graduate school interns to help us with client work. The goal of the internship is to expose students to historic preservation and community revitalization projects by undertaking real work for clients with our guidance and supervision. This year we welcome Audrey von Ahrens, Jennifer Carr Robinson and Eryn Boyce to our practice. View their LinkedIn profiles by clicking on their names.
Announcing a New Website!
Check out our new web site! Now in our Tenth Year in business, we thought it was time for a makeover—a new logo, new web site, and a new headshot.
We have substantially redesigned our content and pushed our previously shared original content, articles, blog posts, presentations, sample documents etc.—out front so that everyone can use them. We hope you do! We have organized our Services section—historic preservation and downtown revitalization...
Heritage Consulting Inc. is ten years old!
Our 10th year!
Throughout 2014 Heritage Consulting Inc. will be celebrating our 10th Anniversary!
We are truly thankful for the support and encouragement from our clients and friends and for the opportunity to consult with you on such varied projects.
This year we will be focusing on the Power of 10 with more blog posts and top ten lists about diverse issues within the preservation movement over the last ten years.
So thanks again, and here’s to another ten years!
New For April Newsletter for Revitalization Clients
We publish a quarterly newsletter for our Preservation and Revitalization clients.
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Five New Training Workshops
“Is Baltimore Selling its Past?” Harris Quoted in Baltimore Sun article
Yesterday's March 24, 2012 Baltimore Sun article about the possibility of the sale of a variety of 15 different underutilized historic properties in Baltimore is one of several articles over the last ten days. This article "Is Baltimore Selling its Past," quotes me and mentions my 2007 book New Solutions for House Museums: Ensuring the Long Term Preservation of America's Historic Homes.
Here is the link to the article....