Grant Crosby - Historical Architect

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Grant Crosby manages the historic architecture and cultural landscapes programs for the Alaska Region of the National Park Service. Grant started his NPS career as an intern in 2000 preparing Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) drawings of the milling process in the Kennecott Mines National Historic Landmark Mill Building. He was hired as the historical architect to support the Alaska Region’s National Register program in 2001 and became the regional historical architect in 2013. Grant’s interest in historic preservation derives from his appreciation for vernacular architecture and sustainable building practices.

Grant received a Bachelor’s degree in History from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, OR and Master’s degrees in Historic Preservation and Architecture from the University of Oregon in Eugene. He is a registered architect and is the current chair of the Alaska Chapter of the American Institute of Architects Historic Resources Committee.

Last updated: January 4, 2022