Fort Caswell Historic District National Register of Historic Places Nomination, Brunswick County, NOrth Carolina
Prepared a nomination for the historic fortification complex established in the early nineteenth century to protect the southeast coast from foreign threats. The campus expanded to include concrete batteries, government-built housing, and support buildings and now covers more than 700 acres at the confluence of the Atlantic Ocean and the Cape Fear River.
Death and Taxes/H. J. Brown Coffin House Historic Landmark Application, Raleigh, NC
H. J. Brown Coffin House began in 1836 and built a grand Romanesque Revival-style headquarters in downtown Raleigh around 1907. In 2012, inappropriate exterior cladding was removed and the building restored and converted to use as a restaurant.
Widening of SR1708 (Firetower Road) and SR 1726 (Portertown Road) From NC 43 (Charles Boulevard) to NC 33, Greenville, Pitt County, North Carolina
TIP No. U-5785 and U-5870
Documented historic buildings and sites along the route of a proposed road project. Evaluated properties included Red Banks Primitive Baptist Church, built in 1893.