Page & Turnbull | Los Angeles Conservancy

Page & Turnbull

417 S. Hill Street, Suite 211
Los Angeles, CA 90013
(213) 221-1200
Fax: (213) 221-1209
Contact: John D. Lesak, AIA LEED AP
lesak@page-turnbull.com
www.page-turnbull.com

Page & Turnbull, established in 1973, provides architectural and conservation services for historic buildings, resources and civic areas. Located in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Sacramento, our staff includes licensed architects, designers, historians, conservators and planners organized into three studios: 

ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES - Emphasizes the re-use of existing buildings and the thoughtful application of new design. We provide full architectural services with solutions for new construction that respect existing architectural values and the context of neighboring structures; assessment and treatment of the most significant architectural and historical spaces and elements; solving problems of repair, seismic strengthening, and integrating new systems; and ensuring projects comply with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation for local, state and federal agency review.

CULTURAL RESOURCES STUDIO - Provides research and planning services and completes evaluations for historic significance.  This includes; Historic Structure Reports; National Register, California Register, and local nominations; Section 106 and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) clearance; Historic American Buildings Surveys; Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit applications; Mills Act applications; Historic Building Preservation and Maintenance Plans; and a variety of surveys, studies and planning reports. 

BUILDING TECHNOLOGY -Projects ranges from condition surveys to materials analysis, sequential dating, and adding to the historical record by uncovering the buried work of early crafts people.

Page & Turnbull approaches projects with imagination and flexibility and are committed to the conservation of significant resources—where these resources can be made to function for present and future needs. Our mission is to imagine change within historic environments through design, research, and technology, and our commitment to excellence has been acknowledged by professional organizations and in numerous publications. The National Trust for Historic Preservation, the American Institute of Architects, the U.S. Government, California Preservation Foundation and others have honored us with more than 50 awards.