National Register of Historic Places Nominations

RGA has extensive experience in the National Register of Historic Places evaluation and listing process. The National Register was established in 1966 as a part of a program to identify, evaluate, and protect the nation’s historic and archaeological resources.  Today, the National Register serves as one of the most important tools for assisting in the long-term preservation of our cultural heritage. Formal recognition of the significance of an historic resource or an historic district through listing in the National Register promotes greater public appreciation of this heritage and encourages appropriate consideration of the listed property when public planning decisions are being made. Our historic preservation professionals routinely prepare successful nominations of structures and sites to the National Register of Historic Places.