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The Architectural Conservation & Education Service (ACES) was an outreach service of the University of Vermont Historic Preservation Program that provided technical services and research in architectural conservation and historic preservation through grants and contracts. Over 200 research projects were completed between when ACES was founded in 1980 and when it ceased operations. The types of projects that ranged from architectural conservation assessments of historic buildings and nominations to the National Register of Historic Places are now being conducted independently my many graduates of the University of Vermont Historic Preservation Program.
Examples of ACES works published on the Web include: a major study of the historic finishes that have decorated the interior of the Vermont State House in Montpelier, Vermon; a Historic Site Review of the Smalley Davenport Shop in Forestdale, Vermont, where the electric motor was invented in 1834; National Register Nomination for the H.O. Wheeler School in Burlington, Vermont; National Register Nomination for the Crystal Lake Falls Historic District in Barton, Vermont, and the UVM Campus Architectural Treasures web site.