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Section 106 Services

Changes to Section 106 Application and Process: As of July 1, 2020, the SHPO requires that all identification of historic properties, both archaeological and architectural, be completed by individuals meeting the applicable federal qualifications outlined in 36 CFR Part 61.

What is Section 106?

Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 (NHPA) requires federal agencies to consider the effects on historic properties of projects they carry out, assist, fund, permit, license, or approve throughout the country. If a federal or federally-assisted project has the potential to affect historic properties, a Section 106 review will take place.

How Past Perfect Can Help

A Certified Partner

Past Perfect is certified under 36 CFR 61 under History & Architectural History. We have experience completing Section 106 report requirements to access Historic and Architectural resources that may be affected by a project.

Document the Process

We’ll help you navigate the process, as well as document and report on the effect the project may have on historic resources, if any.

Expedite Your Project

We can help expedite your project and fulfill the report requirements in an efficient manner.

Get Started

Call 616.581.4416 or use the form below to get a quote or discuss Section 106 services.

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