ACHP Point of Contact

  • Army Liaison
    Megan Borthwick

Agency Point of Contact

Success Stories

The Section 106 process can result in great success with projects large and small. Consultation is a hallmark of the process. Read the Section 106 Success Stories below and learn how to nominate a worthy case for a spotlight story.

Useful Resources

  1. Policy Document
    The ACHP voted at its March 22, 2018, business meeting to approve a policy statement on the management or disposition of controversial commemorative works, such as memorials, statues, markers, or other landscape features honoring divisive historical figures or events. The guiding principles set forth in the policy statement are designed to assist federal, state, and local government entities facing decisions about the management of these resources.
  2. Programmatic Agreement
    Programmatic Agreement Among the Federal Highway Administration; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District; Georgia State Historic Preservation Officer; the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation; Participating Tribes; and the Georgia Department of Transportation Regarding the Section 106 Process for the Transportation Program in Georgia.
  3. Program Comments
    The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation has issued a program comment for the U.S. Department of the Army that sets forth the way in which the Army complies with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act for its inventory of Inter-War Era historic housing management actions, including: maintenance, repair, rehabilitation, renovation, abatement, mothballing, demolition, replacement construction, new construction, lease and conveyance.