Past Projects

In 2003, Kelsey & Associates was chosen by the DC Department of Planning, Historic Preservation Office to research, illustrate and write a brochure for the Woodley Park Historic District, as part of the city wide series of brochures.

Paul K. Williams was chosen by Dreck Wilson, editor of African American Architects: A Biographical Dictionary 1865-1945, to contribute the illustrated entry on Washington, DC architect John Anderson Lankford, along with a complete building list. 624 pages, 200 b/w photos. Published by Routledge in October of 2003.

Kelsey & Associates has served as the continuing exclusive contractor to the non profit Cultural Tourism DC managing its popular Police and Fire Call Box restoration and rejuvenation project since its beginning in 1999.

Kelsey & Associates was chosen by the Washington Historical Society and the Cultural Tourism DC CTDC) to serve as the project coordinator for Washington DC's first historic trail, a $100,000 project developed to highlight the Greater U Street neighborhood.