Cushman Hydroelectric Facility Services

HRA has provided a variety of cultural resource services to Tacoma Public Utilities for the Cushman Hydroelectric Facility. Initially, HRA developed a Historic Properties Management Plan (HPMP) that included recommendations for preservation and treatment of the facilities that are eligible for the National Register of Historic Places within the Cushman Hydroelectric District. Subsequently, HRA has performed a series of evaluation and mitigation services associated with proposed alterations to the facility, including historical documentation, assessments of effects of various improvement projects, and HAER documentation.

Project Team Members

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Heather Miller

We commemorate National Women’s History Month 2017 with a series that profiles remarkable women who work for Historical Research Associates (HRA). Heather Miller manages HRA’s aboveground history program (architectural history and historic preservation), and has...

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Natalie Perrin

We commemorate National Women’s History Month 2017 with a series that profiles remarkable women who work for Historical Research Associates (HRA). Natalie Perrin specializes in research, restoration, and survey of historic-era buildings and structures, aiding public...

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Jackie Gonzales

We commemorate National Women’s History Month 2017 with a series that profiles remarkable women who work for Historical Research Associates (HRA). Jackie Gonzales is a research Historian in our Seattle Office. An expert in land-use history, Jackie has worked as an...

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Libby Provost

We commemorate National Women’s History Month 2017 with a series that profiles remarkable women who work for Historical Research Associates (HRA). Libby Provost is a fourth generation Oregonian. In addition to being an Architectural Historian, Libby also works as a...

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Lindsey Weaver

We commemorate National Women’s History Month 2017 with a series that profiles remarkable women who work for Historical Research Associates (HRA). Research Historian Lindsey Weaver joined our Seattle office in April 2015. Her work focuses on environmental litigation...

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Morgen Young

We commemorate National Women’s History Month 2017 with a series that profiles remarkable women who work for Historical Research Associates (HRA). Project Historian Morgen Young specializes in exhibit development, interpretative planning, digital history, and oral...

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Kathryn Burk-Hise

We commemorate National Women’s History Month 2017 with a series that profiles remarkable women who work for Historical Research Associates (HRA). Kathryn Burk-Hise works in the HRA Spokane office and has nearly a decade of expertise as an architectural historian and...

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Dawn Vogel

We commemorate National Women's History Month 2017 with a series that profiles remarkable women who work for Historical Research Associates (HRA). Dawn Vogel copy edits cultural resource management and history reports, assists with report production, assists with...

Portland Office Wraps Up an Exciting 2016

2016 has been an exciting year of transition for the Portland office. In February we moved from our Beech Street location in the historic Mississippi neighborhood and into the Central Eastside Business District between Hawthorne and Division streets. Although the...