Christopher Hommerding

Sr. Architectural Historian

Christopher is a Senior Architectural Historian with a PhD in History from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, whose work focuses on cultural resources management. He has extensive experience in conducting both reconnaissance and intensive architectural surveys and evaluations. Christopher demonstrates strong working knowledge of the history and architectural styles of the Upper Midwest and Great Plains. Christopher’s talents include research, writing, and project management skills. His understanding of cultural resources management laws and processes helps in his broad range of projects. Chris exceeds the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards for History. In his free time, Chris enjoys gardening, making pottery, and refurbishing the 1919 bungalow he shares with his partner.