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Section 106 Architectural History Training

As announced at the PLPCO meeting, UDOT is hosting a training for CRM professionals in architectural history and buildings survey in Utah. This is a great opportunity to grow your skills, expand company services, or see if this work interests you. We had a great response and in conjunction with the Utah SHPO, UDOT is happy to announce the details of this training:

Section 106 Architectural History Training

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and the Utah State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) invite you to participate in a Section 106 Architectural History Training.  The training will introduce participants to Section 106 architectural review and prepare participants to undertake architectural surveys on behalf of UDOT and other government agencies. 

The classroom training will occur on May 13, 2024, from 9:00-4:00 at the UDOT Central Offices (4501 Constitution Blvd, Taylorsville, Redwood Rm. B). The training will also involve a field study in a nearby Salt Lake City neighborhood. An online option will be available for the classroom portion of the training, however the field component must be completed to gain qualifications for the course. Additional field dates will be provided in the Fall 2024.

This training will include discussions of the: 

  • Architectural History of Utah (1840s-1980s)

  • National Register of Historic Places Assessment

  • Architectural Integrity Assessment

  • Field Data Collection Standards

  • Section 106/404 Compliance 

  • UDOT Architectural Survey Methods

To register for this training, please write to Liz Robinson, UDOT Cultural Resources Manager ( Specify in your email if you will attend the training online or in person. The training is free of charge but donations of yummy treats to share will be accepted.


Liz Robinson

UDOT Cultural Resources Program Manager

4501 South 2700 West

PO Box 148450

Salt Lake City, Utah 84114


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