Stories About Our Work

Sadly, our historic built environment is lost. Change is small and incremental, but once lost, gone forever. While it is not possible to save everything, each historic structure and element should be carefully analysized for preservation or adaptive reuse. 

 

Old City of Hamilton Water Tower southeast of Hamilton replaced in 2004 with a 1 million gallon pre-stressed, post-tensioned concrete underground reservoir.
Group aims to expand parkway concept

 

Ravalli Republic, June 11, 2010, article.

 

 

 

 

Old City of Hamilton Water Tower southeast of Hamilton replaced in 2004 with a 1 million gallon pre-stressed, post-tensioned concrete underground reservoir.
Group works to save silver bridge

 

Ravalli Republic, April 25, 2008 article.

 

 

Old City of Hamilton Water Tower southeast of Hamilton replaced in 2004 with a 1 million gallon pre-stressed, post-tensioned concrete underground reservoir.
Old City of Hamilton Water Tower southeast of Hamilton replaced in 2004 with a 1 million gallon pre-stressed, post-tensioned concrete underground reservoir.
Heritage tourism focus of workshop

 

Ravalli Republic, March 16, 2009, article.

 

 

 

 

 

Opportunity to save silver bridge almost over

 

Ravalli Republic, July 16, 2008 article.

 

 

 

 

 

Old City of Hamilton Water Tower southeast of Hamilton replaced in 2004 with a 1 million gallon pre-stressed, post-tensioned concrete underground reservoir.
Preserving the Leonardi ranch

 

Ravalli Republic, March 14, 2008, article.

 

 

If you know of an historic site that is at risk, please contact us to learn more about the potential for preservation or adaptive reuse. Call 406 360-7019 or email info@BRCHT.org