Harrison Goodall is an architectural conservator specializing in historic vernacular architecture. He consults on and develops preservation plans and maintenance management systems and services. He has served as a building pathology and diagnostics specialist assisting owners and stewards with preservation issues nationwide.
Goodall is also an educator in the field of Historic Preservation and has developed curriculum for the National Park Service, National Forest Service, historic sites, museums and others.
He is currently a volunteer member of Lighthouse Environmental Program (LEP) Grant Committee, and an active volunteer helping to preserve heritage barns and buildings throughout Washington, especially on Whidbey and Camano Islands. He has assisted in preparing nominations for the WA Heritage Barn program (43), and for Barn grants ($300,00 +), and has performed historic building surveys of Whidbey Island, Grand Teton, the Olympic and Virgin Islands National Parks, Washington State Parks, and county parks.
Goodall is the Principal for Conservation Services http://www.heritageconservationservices.com/HeritageConservationServices/Conservation_Services.html