Historic Preservation

From the inception of MARTINRILEY, historic restoration and preservation has been the keystone of our firm's primary focus for nearly a quarter century. Located in Fort Wayne's historic Baker Street train station, our offices are an outstanding example of historic restoration and preservation and adaptive reuse of a historic structure.

Our state-certified historic architecture staff has designed many award winning projects involving historic renovation and adaptive reuse. We can transform a century-old school into senior housing, or an abandoned hospital into a multifunctional office.

Because we understand historic restoration and preservation is a complex process, our experts can lead you through the maze of state and federal legal requirements.

  • Building Conditions Assessments
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Reuse Studies
  • Facade Renovations
  • Historic American Buildings Survey Documentation Reports
  • Historic Preservation Certification Applications
  • Historic Structures Report
  • National Register Nominations + Determination of Eligibility
  • Rehabilitation, Restoration, Reconstruction
  • Section 106 Compliance

  • Related Projects

    Waterloo Train Depot
    Weiler Building
    St. Peter's Catholic Church Steeple Restoration
    Plymouth Congregational Church