Marsh and Associates has conducted a number
of intensive and reconnaissance surveys for local governments
and for private clients. Vincent Marsh has been the author
and co-author of a number of comprehensive surveys and
has supervised and managed the work of consultants on
a number of surveys in San Francisco, Sacramento, CA.
The purpose of a survey is to inventory, evaluate and
document important properties to determine whether they
are eligible for local, state or national registers.
Comprehensive Survey Work generally involves the preparation
of Context Statements (a Statement of Significance)
and may lead to local and/or historic district nominations.
Marsh and Associatess has the ability
to assemble Teams as needed for small and large scaled
Comprehensive Survey Projects and has experience in
writing proposals, contract negotiation and management
and meeting the unique requirements of funding source.
Surveys recently completed by Vincent Marsh include
a preliminary survey of the Outer Richmond District
Context Statement and Survey, a preliminary survey of
the Upper Market and Castro District. Other surveys
include the supervision and management of eight different
surveys for the City of Sacramento and project approvals
for a number of historic district surveys for the City
of San Francisco, California.
City of Sacramento Cultural Resources identified
through Comprehensive Surveys. The Preservation Element of the
City of Sacramento provides for a number of objectives, policies
and implementation procedures related to Comprehensive Surveys.
This document won an award from the California Preservation