Lindsay S. Hannah
Lindsay S. Hannah joined Goodwin & Associates, Inc. in March 2006 as a senior member of the architectural survey team conducting demolition and historic district surveys for FEMA following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
Her team was responsible for the survey of over 20,000 buildings across Orleans, St. Bernard, St. Tammany, Jefferson, and Plaquemines Parishes in Louisiana. Most recently, Ms. Hannah has completed recently a nationwide historic context focused on hospitals constructed by the Veterans Administration following World War II to facilitate modern healthcare facilities to returning veterans and has conducted over 50 National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) determinations of eligibility under the resulting context.
Ms. Hannah earned her B.A. in History and Art History from the College of William and Mary and completed her M.S. degree in Historic Preservation at the University of Pennsylvania.
Currently, she is assisting the Connecticut State Historic Preservation Office with the development of National Register of Historic Places nominations for a range of historic properties, creation of a digital app for survey and recordation of Connecticut’s historic cemeteries, and a historic context for building elevation in Connecticut’s coastal communities.