Projects - Designated Historic Sites

Winner of the 2021 Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals Award of Merit in Conservation Engineering, this 1890s stone masonry and wood frame building was constructed for inventor Sir Alexander Graham Bell.  It was used as a family summer home and a gathering site for some of the...

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Principal Engineer Dr.Tom Morrison was part of the ICOMOS Mission on behalf of UNESCO to the National History Park of Haiti.  With the assistance of UNESCO and the World Bank, the Haitian Government hoped this early 1800s UNESCO World Heritage Site, a complex of stone masonry ruins and...

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This National Historic Site was facing mounting structural challenges combined with a limited budget.  Heritage Standing Inc. used a conservation-based approach to reduce construction while maintaining safety.  Solutions included minimally invasive interventions and installing an...

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Minister’s Island is a National Historic site that showcases the 1890-1915 estate of railway magnate Sir William Van Horne.  The estate is comprised of numerous timber frame and load bearing masonry structures, including the 50 room summer “cottage” known as Covenhoven, a large livestock...

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