Landmarks RDC Project Experience

Experienced – Accomplished – Recognized

Landmarks Renovation is proud of the reputation we’ve earned over several decades for our passion for historic preservation and superior design and renovation of the spaces we inhabit. We are among the leading authorities nationwide on the application of energy upgrades to historic properties.

Project Experience

Landmarks Renovation provides architectural services for both renovations and new construction.

Preservation Projects

Our portfolio includes numerous high-profile preservation project evaluations, including:

  • Several California Missions, including San Gabriel, San Fernando, San Juan Capistrano, and others
  • San Francisco Ferry Building
  • Repairs to the Works of Frank Lloyd Wright, Bernard Maybeck and others
  • Conservatory, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco
  • Fort Ross (Russian Coastal Fort)
  • Hisatsinom Pueblo Ruin Sites, Homolovi Ruins State Park, Arizona (Flood Damage Review)
  • Tohono O’odham Petroglyphs (Rock Art), Arizona (Documentation Following Flood Damage)
  • Mission Hall, Waioli Hui’ia Church, (the oldest structure on Kauai)

Design Team Projects

Preservation Projects

  • Napa Historic Courthouse
  • Grace Episcopal Church, St. Helena (Including Models)
  • Saint Patrick’s Cathedral Sanctuary; Toledo, Ohio
  • Ross Public Library (1950’s Moderne)
  • Home Telephone Company Building, San Francisco

Non-Preservation Projects

  • Frisk Residence, Brisbane, California.
  • Angelmeyer Residence, Santa Rosa, California
  • Empire College, Santa Rosa
  • Twin Cities Police Station, Larkspur (in construction)
  • Well Fargo Center for the Arts, School Restrooms; Santa Rosa
  • City Hall and Childcare Facilities, Daly City

Fire Stations

  • Woodside Fire Station, Woodside
  • South County Fire Station, Belmont


  • West County Transportation Agency Headquarters, Santa Rosa
  • Lake Transit Authority Headquarters, Lower Lake


Bachelor's of Environmental Design (Architecture) – Miami University (Ohio)

Federal Section 106 Historic Review Training

AutoCAD Certification


Four American Institute of Architects Citations, San Francisco Chapter

2010 Merit Award, City of Santa Rosa


  • Preservation Track; Energy Upgrades for Older Homes, Homeowner and Contractor Information Package(s)

    Guidelines; Applying Energy Retrofit/Renewables to Potentially Historic Homes for Energy Upgrade California – Sonoma County. Spearheaded effort to implement May 2010 Programmatic Agreement with OHP, EPA, CSD, Ca. Energy Commission, DOE, County of Sonoma, local environmental jurisdictions and over 20 local preservation organizations – 2010. Program coordination with the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation in Washington DC in 2011.

  • National Register Nomination, Felice and Perrelli Cannery

    (1930-40) Richmond California. (Approved. Pending addition to National “Rosie the Riveter” Historic District.)

  • Architectural Design Guidelines for Exterior Treatments of Unreinforced Masonry Buildings During Seismic Retrofit

    Editorial and photographic contributions, prepared for Office of the Mayor, City and County of San Francisco.

    Approved as official document by National American Institute of Architects (AIA) – 1991

  • San Francisco Chapter, American Institute of Architects Newsletter

    Article published following Loma Prieta Earthquake, providing information on reasons to restore, funding sources – December 1989

  • A Context Statement and Architectural/Historical Survey of Unreinforced Masonry Building Construction in San Francisco from 1850 to 1940

    Field Survey and photographic contributions – 1989


  • Listed Consultant: California Historical Resource Information System (CHRIS)
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation (NTHP)
  • California Preservation Foundation (CPF)
  • Construction Specifiers Institute (CSI)
  • US Green Building Council (USGBC)
  • International Council of Building Officials (ICBO)
  • City of Santa Rosa Cultural Heritage Board (Vice-Chairman)
  • Sonoma County Heritage Network
  • Santa Rosa Past
  • Friends of the Carrillo Adobe; Board Member, 15 years