My name is Alexis Thomas. I am a native of Washington; currently splitting my time (along with my trusty sidekick and mountain mutt, Sullivan) between Sparks, Nevada and Lake Tahoe. I spend my free time researching and writing about historic places in and around Nevada, as well as playing video games and critiquing architecture in video games. I have 13 years experience in the cultural resource management and historic preservation fields. I have conducted field work in Louisiana, Texas, Florida, Alabama, New York, Maryland, Nevada, California, Idaho, and Cuba. I specialize in Section 106 and Section 110 architectural assessment surveys, National Register of Historic Places nominations, and Historic American Building Survey (HABS) Level I, II, and III documentation projects. While my work largely entails documenting and evaluating historic period, built environment resources, I have a specific interest in assessing the impacts of large scale projects on resources and adjacent landscapes. In additional, I can provide intensive archival/historic research and historic building renovation consultation.
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