Preservation Services Inc. (PSI) is an interdisciplinary professional firm established in 1982. With a deep understanding and appreciation of the past, along with an open and embracing vision of the future, its founder, R. Christopher Noonan, created a company that helps clients and communities balance the stewardship of existing structures with the integration of present needs, in an ecologically sound and sensitive way.
Offering comprehensive and responsive services and solutions in a broad range of professional disciplines including design, planning, contracting and development, PSI helps owners forge solutions for all types of real property, from individual parcels and buildings to community-wide master plans.
R. Christopher Noonan is a professional preservation consultant, land use planner and design/builder. His experience as a craftsman and artisan combine the academic traditions of aesthetics, proportion, geometry and symbol of the Renaissance tradition with 21st century construction pragmatism. Mr. Noonan has over 30 years’ experience in design, construction, cultural resource, land use and real estate industries. He has worked with the National Park Service’s design/build technical center and was director of an experimental National Park Service regional land use institute covering 24 communities and 450,000 acres of land. He holds a bachelor's degree from Colby College and a M.S. in Historical Preservation from the University of Vermont. Mr. Noonan is a certified Master Builder.