Find out about our current projects below. You can also learn about our Past Projects.
Rand/Showalter/Hoyle Farm, Louisville, Boulder County, Colorado, OAHP Level II Documentation (1915-16). Front Range is prparing OAHP Level II documentation for this twentieth century farm in southeast Boulder County. The firm teamed with Avenue L Architects, who are preparing measured drawings of the main house on the property. The 33-acre farm contains a variety of agricultural buildings including a main house, barn, concrete stave silo, granary, garage, chicken house, an irrigation ditches.
Erie, Colorado Intensive Survey. The Town of Erie has engaged Front Range to conduct a scattered intensive survey of 13 resources, including dwellings, commercial buildings, and the 14.6-acre town cemetery. Front Range completed a previous scattered intensive survey within Erie in 2009-10. The project is funded by a SHF grant .
Painted Desert Community Complex National Historic Landmark Nomination, Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona. The National Park Service has chosen Front Range to prepare a National Historic Landmark nomination for the Painted Desert Community Complex at Petrified Forest National Park in northeastern Arizona. Master architects Richard Neutra and Robert Alexander designed the 1960s multi-building complex, including a visitor center, school, employee quarters, and other buildings as part of the Park Service's Mission 66 program.
Annie Dodge Wauneka, National Historic Landmark Nomination, Apache County, Arizona. The National Collaborative for Women's History Sites has selected Front Range to prepare a National Historic Landmark nomination for a resource associated with Annie Dodge Wauneka in northeastern Arizona. The selected property will be significant under NHL Criterion 2 as a property “associated importantly with the lives of persons nationally significant in the history of the United States.” The document will focus on Annie Dodge Wauneka’s (1910-97) leadership as a member of the Navajo Tribal Council in fighting tuberculosis on the Navajo reservation during the 1950s and 1960s and her continuing service on the council through 1976. She bridged the cultural divide between traditional Navajo and Western medical practices, and the nomination will explore her leadership efforts both as a woman and a Native American against the backdrop of the era. Her status as the daughter of an important Navajo chief (Henry Chee Dodge) provides an additional layer of context to examine.
Park County Cemetery Multiple Property Documentation Form, Park County, Colorado. Park County has engaged Front Range to produce a National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Documentation Form (MPDF) for cemeteries within the county. In support of the project, Park County staff and volunteers are conducting a reconnaissance survey of cemeteries. Front Range will produce a historic context, identify property types, and create registration requirements. Top cemeteries for nomination will be identified and History Colorado staff will produce selected individual nominations to accompany the MPDF. The project is funded by a Certified Local Government grant.