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The Superior California Chapter of AEP supports environmental planning and analysis professionals by providing a variety of educational programs and networking events.  Members and non-members alike are invited to attend our lunch programs, workshops, and CEQA Workshops.  We are always looking for new and thought-provoking topics for our luncheon program. If you are interested in speaking at a local program or have a suggested topic, please contact our Vice Presidents of Programs Katherine Waugh at or Marieka Schrader at .

Materials from our past programs and events can be found on our Member Resources page.

Architectural History

As the built-environment ages, public and private projects are more frequently needing to address potential impacts to historic resources. This program presented by Association of Environmental Professionals (AEP) Superior California Chapter will increase your knowledge and understanding of the state and federal regulations and standards for identifying and mitigating impacts to historic resources. The discussion will cover the requirements of the National Historic Preservation Act, the Secretary of the Interior Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties, and CEQA; the criteria used to evaluate whether a property is eligible for listing in the state or federal registers, and considerations for evaluating project alternatives.

February 22, 2018
11:30 AM -  1:00 PM
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About our Speakers:

Melissa Ivie is a Senior Historian in the Environmental Resources Branch Cultural, Recreational, & Social Assessment Section in Sacramento District’s Planning Division. Ms. Ivie is responsible for planning, preparing, and coordinating compliance with Section 106 and Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act for Civil Works and Military Projects for Sacramento District. Familiar with cultural resources in the region, she is experienced in managing Section 106 and Section 110 compliance efforts for regionally significant projects focused on flood risk management and ecosystem restoration, as well as historic and built environment cultural resources with significance at the local, state, and national levels.  

Andrea Galvin is the President and Principal Architectural Historian of GPA. Through her work in the research and documentation of historic districts, sites, buildings, and structures, Ms. Galvin has developed a deep understanding of the environmental review process as it relates to historic resources. Her previous experience includes working for the California Department of Parks and Recreation conducting architectural surveys of historic buildings and structures, the California Department of Transportation working on California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and Section 106 compliance, and the California Office of Historic Preservation reviewing projects for Section 106 and Secretary of the Interior’s Standards compliance.

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