Noré Winter is an urban design and planning consultant with more than twenty five years of experience nationwide. He specializes in services to communities with special amenities, distinctive natural settings and traditional neighborhoods who seek to protect their heritage. His work spans several complementary disciplines.
Mr. Winter has worked with John Dickinson on many of special needs projects that involve work in historic preservation and master planning.
Work includes assessment of historic properties, developing strategies for rehabilitation and adaptive reuse, and assistance in securing tax credits and other incentives for preservation.
Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, historic building assessment,
The Academy, Assisted Living Community, Boulder, CO
Avery Church, adaptive reuse and tax credits strategy, Denver, CO
Mount St. Francis, adaptive reuse and rehabilitation of historic nursing center,
Colorado Springs, CO
The Old Rock School, historic structure assessment and adaptive reuse plan,
Crested Butte, CO
United Methodist Church, historic structure assessment, Hygiene, CO
East Nebraska Arts Center, Scottsbluff, NE
Work includes developing functional program requirements for users, establishing functional relationships.
University of Colorado, Engineering School, Integrated Teaching and Learning Lab
University of Colorado, Hazel Gates Woodruff Cottage, Women’s Studies
University of Colorado, Koenig Alumni Center
University of Colorado, East Campus Research Park, campus design guidelines and
Colorado Governor’s Mansion master planning
University of Maryland, Bowie Campus, campus design guidelines
Governor Baxter School for the Deaf, Falmouth, Maine
Pennsylvania School for the Deaf master planning
Work includes organizing and conducting workshops for user groups, using creative methods to engage them in identifying program requirements and developing conceptual design solutions.