Robinson & Associates, Inc., is a historic resources firm specializing in architectural, landscape, and cultural history. With over 25 years of experience, the firm has a longstanding expertise in projects similar to the Arlington House rehabilitation and preservation project, as well as extensive experience on projects with the National Park Service. The firm’s credentials are particularly strong in the area of review under the National Historic Preservation Act. Firm members’ strong understanding of preservation legislation and regulations; issues of historic significance, context, and compatibility; and Section 106 review has facilitated the success of many rehabilitation and restoration projects. The firm’s goals are to provide a solid research foundation upon which to base decisions on rehabilitation and/or new construction; to identify levels of historic significance on which to base treatment standards; to advise on issues of compliance with historic preservation regulations; to write historical sections of Historic Structures and Cultural Landscape Reports and other documents; and to evaluate the impact of proposed construction upon the general character and significance of historic properties.