A Florida based Historic Preservation Design-Build & Consulting Company

Representative Projects

Ocala Union Station Passenger Shed Relocation/ Restoration

Ocala Union Station Passenger Shed Relocation/ Restoration

This project consisted of modifying the north portions of the historic Ocala Union Station (Union Station Plaza/8MR2475) Passenger Shed in order to meet clearance requirements along the CSX tracks. In order to accommodate a large freight shipment, the north Shed canopy was disassembled, labeled, and stored as an intermittent solution to the problem. PRI was hired for the sensitive relocation and reconstruction of the Passenger Shed in compliance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation in addition meeting the required track clearance. 

Bay Pines Veterans Administration Medical Campus Cultural Resource Assessment Survey & Section 106 Review

Bay Pines Veterans Administration Medical Campus Cultural Resource Assessment Survey & Section 106 Review

Prepared Florida Master Site File Forms for all resources within the National Register-eligible district in Pinellas County. Prepared Section 106 application and evaluation of proposed new construction and renovation project for the Florida Division of Historical Resources.

Davis House Assessment, Relocation & Rehabilitation

Davis House Assessment, Relocation & Rehabilitation

Prepared a Conditions Assessment Report and relocation and rehabilitation plans for the preservation of a National Register-eligible African-American historic residence in Ocala, FL for FDOT District V as well as construction services. Project reviewed by FL Division of Historical Resources in keeping with the Secretary of the Interiors Standards for Rehabilitation.

Tampa Interstate Study/ Relocation & Rehabilitation

Tampa Interstate Study/ Relocation & Rehabilitation

The Tampa Interstate Study (TIS) project is the largest Department of Transportation/ Federal Highway Administration mitigation project involving the relocation of historic resources ever undertaken. Impacting a significant number of historic structures within the Ybor City National Historic Landmark District, 64 historic buildings were chosen for relocation along the I-4/ I-275 highway corridors, with the remaining impacted structures slated for demolition. Preservation Resource, Inc. was hired to assess the condition of the impacted historic buildings, prepare relocation and renovation plans for the structures slated for relocation, and prepare HABS documentation and Conditions Assessment Reports for all structures scheduled for demolition. In addition, PRI provided construction supervision for the rehabilitation of the first 35 relocated structures. All plans and reports were reviewed by the Florida Division of Historical Resources and the City of Tampa Historic Preservation Office and Review Boards for compliance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation.

Bay Gables Conditions Assessment & Relocation Feasibility Study

Bay Gables Conditions Assessment & Relocation Feasibility Study

When a developer requested to tear down one of the last remaining historic homes in downtown St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg Preservation, Inc. asked Preservation Resource, Inc. to do a Structural and Historic Conditions Assessment and evaluate the feasibility of relocating the building as a last resort for saving it. PRI examined the building from foundation to attic and wrote a report showing the investigation findings, along with cost estimates for both structural repairs and relocation.

Ft. Basinger School Conditions Assessment & Stabilization

Ft. Basinger School Conditions Assessment & Stabilization

The National Register-eligible Fort Basinger School is a two-room wood- framed schoolhouse located in unincorporated Highlands County, Florida along US 98, built c. 1910. Preservation Resource, Inc. was hired to prepare a detailed Conditions Assessment Report documenting the existing structure and assessing the structural condition for relocation, prepare relocation/site/foundation plans for permitting, and make recommendations for the stabilizing, weatherproofing and securing of the structure. Additionally, PRI executed stabilization and mothballing of the building.  The project was reviewed by the Florida Division of Historical Resources for compliance with the Secretary of the Interior Standards for Rehabilitation.

Chinsegut Hill Manor House Historic Structures Report & Exterior Rehabilitation

Chinsegut Hill Manor House Historic Structures Report & Exterior Rehabilitation

Built in the 1840s as a plantation home, the National Register listed Chinsegut Hill Manor House had been transformed by USF into a Retreat and Conference Center. Still owned by the state, the Friends of Chinsegut Hill, Inc. received a Matching Category Grant from the Florida Division of Historical Resources to complete a Historic Structures Report prior to rehabilitation of the building. The report included extensive documentation of the building’s history, existing conditions, and recommendations for rehabilitation. Preservation Resource, Inc. was later chosen as the Building Contractor for the foundation repairs and exterior rehabilitation of the building for use as a Conference Center, also funded by grants through the Florida Division of Historical Resources. The Historic Structures Report was reviewed and approved by the Florida Division of Historical Resources as in keeping with the National Park Services Historic Preservation Guidelines.


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