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DSC02023 resized croppedThe following companies and individuals have experience working with historic buildings and sites and have asked to be placed on this list. Preservation Utah provides this list to connect owners of historic properties with professionals across the spectrum of historic preservation services.

This is not an exhaustive list. Preservation Utah is aware that there are likely a number of others in the state who could also be listed in the Utah Preservation Directory. If you would like to list your historic preservation business in our directory, please fill out our Utah Preservation Directory Application. All applications are subject to review and approval by Preservation Utah. Evaluations are based on qualifications and successful completion of work with historic properties.

Thanks to support provided by the Utah Division of State History the Utah Preservation Directory is provided free of charge to both applicants and the public.

DISCLAMIER: In providing this list, Preservation Utah is in no way endorsing any of these consultants. We strongly recommend that you ask for and check references.

Download an Application Form.

 

Plaster and Stucco

(Includes Contractors and Suppliers)

Conservators

(Includes Architectural and Fine Art and Object)

Masonry, Stone, and Adobe

(Includes Cleaning, Repair, Restoration, and Suppliers)

Consultants

(Includes Research, Photography, and Documentation)

Metals

(Sheet Metal, Cast and Wrought Iron, etc.)

Engineers

(Includes Acoustical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Structural)

Flooring

(Includes Refinishing and Repair, and Suppliers)

Painting

(Includes Contractors and Suppliers)