Historian and Architectural Historian
Phone: (770) 498-4155 ext.127
Patrick Sullivan has been with New South Associates since 2007 and serves the company as a Historian, Architectural Historian, and GIS Specialist. In his capacity as a Historian and as an Architectural Historian, Mr. Sullivan conducts historic research; completes historic architectural surveys and evaluations; and authors reports. As a GIS Specialist, he is responsible for mapping and modeling of cultural resources. Mr. Sullivan received his B.A. in English Literature and Composition from Fairfield University in 1993 and his M.A. in Historic Preservation from Georgia State University in 2007. Over the course of his career, Mr. Sullivan has been the lead historian and author for the award winning historic preservation planning study of Pinellas County, Florida; co-authored the Ranch House in Georgia: Guidelines for Evaluations; contributed to the cultural resource assessment of several Center for Disease Control campuses in Georgia; co-authored the Historic Streetcar Systems in Georgia context; and conducted a historic architectural evaluation of Federal buildings for the U.S. General Service Administration.