Generally, when a building hits the 50-year mark, it is deemed an historic structure. That’s a term that often strikes fear in the minds of property owners, but it shouldn’t. A range of design pathways is available to historic buildings — approaches that can help you sustainably maintain your building, regardless whether it is a protected resource (and it doesn’t have to be).
Our team of historic preservation specialists and architects is performing a comprehensive building condition assessment of Montana’s landmark capitol. The assessment is the first step in developing treatment recommendations and a prioritized preservation plan for the historic structure.