Phone: (239) 591-2321

 

David Driapsa provides leadership and expertise to maintain the integrity of the historic landscape while enhancing the visitor experience.

I am interested in opportunities nationwide for teaming and contract historical landscape research, forensic analysis, recording and documentation to HABS/HAER/HALS standards.

If I can ever be of service to you through my work as historical landscape architect, please feel free to use any of the channels below to contact me. I am currently interested and actively seeking career opportunities.

David J Driapsa Historical Landscape Architect is a cultural resources management firm based in Naples, Florida, nationwide in scope and at the frontier of the profession, providing the professional services of planning, forensic investigation, archival research, site research, recording of historic property existing conditions and documentation, cultural landscape reports, historic treatment recommendation based on the Secretary of the Interior’s guidelines and Historic American Landscapes Survey standards and associated landscape planning, design and construction administration.

Thank you again for connecting.

David Driapsa
Historical Landscape Architect
ddriapsa@naples.net
(239) 591-2321

www.davidjdriapsa.com

Testimonial

To Whom It May Concern,

Mr. David Driapsa exhibited the highest degree of professionalism while completing the Smokey Hollow Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS).  His diligent, independent style provided me the opportunity to focus on other tasks knowing that he would meet deadlines and deliver a thorough, quality product.  Most notable, was his ability to quickly establish mutual respect and trust with former Smokey Hollow community members during the documentation of the segregated African American community that was destroyed in the 1960s.

His prior experience in the development and submission of a HALS aided to the successful incorporation of our document in the United States Library of Congress.  There was very little need for me to communicate with the National Park Service, and from a client perspective that was a relief.

We are very proud of the Smokey Hollow HALS, and are constructing a permanent exhibit which includes the measured drawings produced by Mr. Driapsa in our commemoration to the former community.

Sincerely,

Autumn Calder, AICP
Senior Planner
Blueprint 2000 Intergovernmental Agency

Historic Preservation

Landuse Planning

Cultural Landscape Design

Construction Administration