Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals (CAHP - ACECP) - Ottawa, ON
The CAHP is a national membership-based organization that serves qualified heritage professionals in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. CAHP establishes standards of practice, shares knowledge about heritage conservation, and supports the involvement of heritage professionals whenever places of heritage value are being identified, preserved, restored, and rehabilitated. Visitors to this site can become members of the CAHP or can search for those with various heritage expertise across Canada and internationally.
Catherine Nasmith Architect - Toronto, ON
Catherine Nasmith Architect is a sole proprietorship specializing in heritage rehabilitation, planning, advocacy, and research. She also works with clients on private residences and other small-scale projects.
Craig Sims, Building Consultant - Kingston, ON
Craig Sims has worked as a Heritage Building Consultant for over 25 years and has worked successfully with a broad range of clients; most commonly architects, engineers, and government agencies, who require specialized knowledge.
Furlan Conservation - Hamilton, ON
Walter Furlan, a woodworker with more than 30 years’ experience in consulting, project management and conservation of historic windows and other elements at more than a dozen National Historic Sites.
Megan Hobson Heritage Consulting Services - Hamilton, ON
Megan Hobson is a project historian and built heritage consultant; experience includes a wide range of heritage projects including residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional sites.