Daniel D. Paul, Architectural Historian

Daniel Paul is a federally qualified architectural historian with 30 years’ experience in the historic preservation field and over 15 years’ experience with built environment regulatory setting and environmental compliance. His experience includes a multitude of applications of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation, and the authorship of multiple successfully listed National Register of Historic Places applications. Mr. Paul authored the historic context statements for Los Angeles’ 1970s-era Late-Modern and Postmodern architecture. Capable at all scales, Mr. Paul has worked on some of the California’s largest transportation infrastructure projects, while completing Mills Act tax credit applications, and successfully listed City of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments. Mr. Paul is the National Preservation Institute’s instructor for the historic preservation of recent past architecture, and is presently a historic preservation commissioner for the City of Glendale, CA.