Historic Preservation Services

Historic picture of the Byron White Courthouse BuidlingCustomers can count on GSA's Rocky Mountain Historic Preservation Office for excellent service relating to all aspects of preservation. The office is most effective when involved in all stages of preservation or renovation projects. Services include:

  • Advice on all aspects of building renovation
  • Implementation of regional compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act
  • Technical architectural expertise relating to all aspects of building renovation and preservation, including advice and assistance on all preservation matters, technical or controversial
  • Project review including plans, submittals and SOW language to ensure a timely and compliant project.

To learn more, please contact the Rocky Mountain Region’s Historic Preservation staff at the contact number provided on the upper right side of this page. You may also review the Center for Historic Buildings information.

Through consultative support, GSA ensures that regional projects and actions comply with the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, and are consistent with GSA policy and national stewardship strategy. GSA endeavors to preserve these national treasures for future generations through building investments, reuse strategies, and employing cutting edge design efforts.

The Rocky Mountain Region's real estate inventory features many properties that are rich in significant American history, architecture, art, engineering, and culture. GSA’s historic preservation program provides technical and strategic expertise to promote the integrity, viability, and reuse of historic buildings owned and leased by GSA.

The shortcut for this page is www.gsa.gov/r8historicpreservation.

For more information about the Historic Preservation Program, please contact:
Andrea Collins: andrea.collins@gsa.gov or 303-236-5374
Christina Fockler: christy.fockler@gsa.gov or 303-236-4627

Last Reviewed: 2023-02-13