Erin Doherty joins Epsilon’s Expanding Historic Preservation Group
April 22, 2019
Epsilon is excited to announce the addition of Erin Doherty to our growing historic preservation group. Prior to joining Epsilon, Erin was with the Massachusetts Historical Commission (MHC) for 3½ years where her primary responsibility was the review and approval of state and federal historic tax credit applications. In that role, Erin developed an intimate familiarity with the program requirements and guided hundreds of projects through the MHC and National Park Service review processes. Erin’s experience and insight into the state and federal historic tax credit programs will be invaluable to Epsilon’s existing - and future - clients.
Prior to her time with the MHC, Erin was with the Boston Landmarks Commission overseeing the administration of the City’s Beacon Hill, Fort Point Channel and Aberdeen local historic districts.
"Erin makes a great addition to our group. She brings a passion and exceptional knowledge of historic tax credit requirements, preservation standards, regulatory requirements and agency expectations!" - Doug Kelleher, Principal & Manager, Historic Preservation Group
In her new role Erin will work alongside Epsilon’s team of highly respected historic preservation professionals working on a range of projects providing clients with the insight and guidance needed to successfully secure state and federal historic tax credits, project approvals and clearances from local, state, and federal agencies.
In addition to Doug, Erin joins Epsilon’s historic preservation professionals Brian Lever, Brielly Allen, William Young, Geoff Melhuish and Tonya Loveday.
Erin is a graduate of Wellesley College and received a master’s degree in Preservation Studies from Boston University. She is also a former Fulbright scholar and serves on the board of her local Main Streets organization in Boston. Connect with Erin at (978) 461-6279 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Epsilon Associates, Inc.
Epsilon Associates, Inc. is a well-established environmental engineering and consulting firm located in Maynard, Massachusetts. Epsilon is privately owned, which enables us to focus on client results, rather than corporate goals. Our reputation for practical strategies, a focused work effort, and successful project outcomes has made Epsilon an industry leader.