Commonwealth Preservation Group

Paige Pollard

Paige Pollard received her undergraduate degree in City Planning with a minor in Architecture from the University of Virginia, and a graduate degree in Historic Preservation from the University of Georgia. Prior to establishing CPG, she managed the Virginia Department of Historic Resources Local Government Assistance Programs as well as the department’s Tidewater Region Preservation Program, working with property owners and local governments from over 30 cities and counties.In addition, Paige has experience at the municipal level having worked for the City of Norfolk as a historic preservation planner. In that role, she revised the local historic district design guidelines, expanded the Virginia Landmarks Register and National Register listed Downtown Norfolk Historic District, and reported to the Norfolk Design Review Committee, City Planning Commission and City Council on issues related to historic resources.

Email: paige@commonwealthpreservationgroup.com

Phone: (757) 923-1900

Marcus Pollard

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Marcus Pollard received his undergraduate degree in History and Art History from the University of Virginia. Prior to working for CPG, Marcus was at Norfolk Collegiate School where he taught AP European History, AP Government, AP Art History, and U.S. History. Marcus’ responsibilities at CPG include serving as manager of the company along with development of Virginia Landmarks Register and National Register Nomination nominations. Marcus has completed more than forty Preliminary Evaluation Forms and National Register Nominations.

Email: marcus@commonwealthpreservationgroup.com

Phone: (757) 651-0494

 

 

Katie Paulson

Katie Paulson received her undergraduate degree in Media Arts and Design with a minor in Art History from James Madison University and her graduate degree in Historic Preservation from the University of Texas at Austin. At CPG, Katie is a Preservation Project Manager, specializing in building treatment.

Email: katie@commonwealthpreservationgroup.com

Phone: (757) 539-1284

Kayla Halberg

kayla_photoKayla Halberg received her undergraduate degree in History from the College of William and Mary and her masters degree in Public History with a concentration in Historic Preservation from the University of South Carolina. At CPG, Kayla serves as a Preservation Project Manager, specializing in architectural history and research, and the development of National Register Nominations.

Email: kayla@commonwealthpreservationgroup.com

Phone: (757) 905-4380

Victoria Leonard

VictoriaSqVictoria Leonard received her undergraduate degree in Historic Preservation from the University of Mary Washington and her graduate degree in Historic Preservation from the University of Georgia. At CPG, Victoria specializes in the development of historic tax credit applications and treatment recommendations, as well as architectural survey projects.

Email: victoria@commonwealthpreservationgroup.com

Phone: (757) 905-4372

Cody Arsenault

Cody Arsenault received his undergraduate degree in Sports Administration from Castleton University. Prior to working for CPG, Cody worked as the Production Supervisor at Barnhill Chimney Supply in Lexington, Kentucky. Cody serves as the office manager for CPG and is the head of day-to-day and long term administrative duties.

Email: cody@commonwealthpreservationgroup.com

Phone: (757) 923-1900

Jeryl Phillips

Jeryl Rose Phillips received her undergraduate degree in Government from the College of William & Mary and her graduate degree in Urban and Environmental Planning from the University of Virginia.  She worked as a regional and local government planner in Hampton Roads for 25 years before joining CPG. At CPG, Jeryl is a Planning Associate.  She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).

Email: jeryl@commonwealthpreservationgroup.com

Phone: (757) 802-4142

Erica Howard

Erica Howard received her undergraduate degree in Photography from Columbia College in Columbia, Missouri and her Master of Arts in Historic Preservation from Savannah College of Art and Design. She has extensive background in architectural surveys, archival research, and development of preservation/maintenance plans. At CPG, Erica specializes in historic tax credit applications and building treatments.

Email: erica@commonwealthpreservationgroup.com

Phone: (757) 407-2205

Jess Archer

Jess Archer received an undergraduate degree in Furnishings and Interiors from the University of Georgia, a masters in Interior Design from Washington State University, and a masters in Architectural History with a certificate in Historic Preservation from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Previously, she has worked as a design assistant for a production company in Los Angeles and most recently was the interior design/project coordinator for a private college in upstate New York. At CPG, Jess serves as an architectural historian and graphics specialist.

Email: jessica@commonwealthpreservationgroup.com

Phone: (757) 407-5352