Gray & Pape Well Represented at National Trust Conference

Did you know that there are more than 10,000 cultural resources managers working in fields such as architecture, historical architecture, landscape architecture, archaeology, and history? These professionals play a crucial role in federal programs such as the National Environmental Policy Act and the National Historic Preservation Act. During November’s National Trust for Historic Preservation conference, Kevin Pape and Wade Catts, on behalf of the American Cultural Resources Association, presented a conference “Power Session” on Cultural Resource Management: The Business of Historic Preservation. Attendees heard more about the work or these professionals and the role they play in the national business of historic preservation.