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Historical Documentation

Federal funding means federal regulations, and federal regulations have strong requirements regarding historic buildings. Every old building has a story to tell, but which ones are truly important? Every project has impacts, but which ones are actually significant?

CORRE staff use a thorough knowledge of the regulations, policies, and procedures with a goal of keeping it simple while ensuring completeness. Relying on solid communication between our historic and engineering staff, we continue to promote a balance between preserving history and promoting transportation.

Specialists on Staff

  • Professional historians
  • Nationally recognized lead historian
  • Environmental documentation/Section 106 experts
  • Section 4(f) specialists
  • GIS specialists
  • Professional engineers

Areas of Expertise

  • WisDOT Section 106 historical documentation
  • Reconnaissance surveys
  • Determination of Eligibility (DOE)
  • Determination of Eligibility, No Adverse Effect (DNAE)
  • Memoranda of Agreement (MOA)
  • Historical resource related Section 4(f) documentation
  • National Register of Historic Places nominations
  • Public involvement
Project Portfolio