McDoux primarily provides consulting services to local governments, non-profit organizations, and owners of historic properties. We also partner with our colleagues in the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, engineering, and community development when they need a preservation specialist.

Local Governments

City and County planners, historic preservation officers, cultural resources staff, and officials engage McDoux to provide historic preservation services, including:

  • Historical and Archival Research/Reports
  • Landmark and Historic District Designations
  • National Register Nominations
  • Historic Resource Surveys
  • Design Guidelines
  • Preservation Plans
  • Ordinance Review and Updates

Non-Profit Organizations

Executive Directors and their Boards benefit from McDoux’s assistance in the areas of:

  • Long-Range Planning
  • Capitalization and Fundraising Strategy
  • Grants and Fundraising
  • Capacity Building
  • Planning/Funding for Building Systems Maintenance and Replacement

Owners of Historic Properties

Individuals and organizations that own historic properties often need professional assistance with projects such as:

  • Section 106 Compliance and Mitigation
  • Historic Landmark or Historic District Designation Applications
  • National Register Nominations
  • Historical Marker Applications
  • Historical/Archival Research/Reports