Timelines, Inc.       Historic Preservation Analysis and Planning 

  Archaeology, History, Historic Structures, Preservation Planning, Interpretation, Public Education

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Timelines Inc.

Cultural Resource Management, CRM, Archaeology, History, Historic Structures, Preservation Planning, Interpretation, Public Education

On February 26, 2005 Timelines Inc. merged with John Milner Associates.

Maintaining improved offices in Littleton MA, and expanded staff we are now the New England Branch of John Milner Associates (JMA).  We can provide a significantly broader range of services and depth of personnel to our former clients and those who will become our clients. 


John Milner Associates, Inc.




 Statement of Qualifications

 John Milner Associates, Inc. (JMA) is a professional consulting firm providing architectural, historic preservation, and cultural resources services through the disciplines of architecture, archeology, preservation planning, landscape architecture, building materials conservation, preservation technology, and historical research. Established in 1968, JMA maintains offices in West Chester and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Alexandria and Charlottesville, Virginia, Croton-on-Hudson, New York, Louisville, Kentucky, and Littleton, Massachusetts.

JMA's multi-disciplinary staff includes architects; landscape architects; prehistoric, historic, urban, and geoarcheologists; architectural conservators; preservation planners; historians; and architectural historians, all of whom meet or exceed the Secretary of the Interior's Professional Qualifications Standards for their respective disciplines. A support staff of CAD, IT, and geospatial specialists, field and laboratory assistants, and administrative personnel further augments this professional expertise. Close interaction among this diverse, knowledgeable, and experienced staff provides each client with a breadth of in-house resources rarely found in one firm, thereby ensuring a streamlined and comprehensive approach to every undertaking. Each project is also approached with a full appreciation for the client's objectives, constraints, schedule, and budget, and is accomplished by effective planning, project management, cost control, quality management, contract administration, and technical support.

Diversity of expertise, clientele, geographic region, and projects is one of the most significant and professionally rewarding characteristics of JMA. The firm's services are provided to a wide range of clients within the private sector as well as government agencies at the local, state, and federal levels. The former includes architectural and engineering firms, professional and not-for-profit organizations, foundations, institutions, corporations, individual property owners, and developers. Public-sector clients include numerous agencies responsible for the administration and stewardship of architectural and cultural resources, as well as a variety of development-oriented agencies.

The continuing goal of JMA's principals is to further refine and exceed the high quality and standards of excellence set by the achievements of our past.  Toward that end we look forward to meeting the challenges and opportunities to be defined by our clients' future needs, and welcome your inquiry regarding the professional services that JMA is able to provide.

Professional Services

Archeological Survey, Evaluation, and Data Recovery

Architectural Conditions Assessments

Architectural Design and Construction Documents

Architectural Surveys and Inventories

Building Maintenance Programs

Community Revitalization Plans

Computer-based Preservation Management Programs

Construction Administration

Cultural Landscape Analyses and Assessments

Cultural Landscape Reports

Cultural Resources Environmental Documents

Cultural Resources Surveys

Design Guidelines


Geophysical Prospecting

Geospatial Analysis

HABS/HAER/HALS Recordation

Heritage Development Planning

Historical Archeology

Historical Landscape Architecture

Historic Preservation Certifications

Historic Resources Surveys

Historic Structures Reports

Industrial Archeology

Interpretive Programs

Landscape Architecture

Masonry Materials Testing

Master Plans and Feasibility Studies

Materials Conservation

Mitigation and Data Recovery Plans

National Register Nominations

Native American Consultation

Paint Color and Mortar Analyses

Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction

Prehistoric Archeology

Preservation Planning

Public Outreach

Rehabilitation and Adaptive Reuse

Restoration Architecture

Section 106 Compliance Investigations

Traditional Cultural Property Impact Evaluations

Urban Archeology