Not only has Peter Brill had the honor to have served for two years as a commissioner on the Historic Design Review Board, but Sarcon has an enviable track record of being selected for some of the more important and significant historic preservation projects. Sarcon was an integral part of the contractor team that built the New Mexico History Museum, which was meticulously constructed immediately adjacent to Palace of the Governors. Sarcon has also built major and minor projects involving historical preservation in virtually all of the City’s historic districts. The list of familiar places such as St. John’s College, the Plaza Stage, Acequia Madre Elementary school, the Five and Dime, the Bataan Building and Santa Fe Preparatory are all examples of Sarcon renovation projects. The map below illustrates the number of Historic projects we have worked on over the years.