Historic Resources Committee


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  • I would like to thank everyone for their recommendations. There are many great projects ideas to consider. It is wonderful that so many people are willing to help our students. I have compiled the list of all project recommendations that I have received...

  • This webpage tells more of the story. https://www.nps.gov/fous/learn/historyculture/fort-union-50th.htm -- Deborah Marcella Rehn, AIA, PMP Regional Project Manager / COR SER Facility Support Division 100...

  • Here's the NPS webpage with a brief on the history of the fort and the reconstruction. https://www.nps.gov/fous/learn/historyculture/collections.htm -- Deborah Marcella Rehn, AIA, PMP Regional Project...

  • Design + Heritage Symposium School of Design, University of Pennsylvania Co-sponsored by the PennDesign Graduate Program in Historic Preservation Program and the James Marston Fitch Foundation March 16-17 2017 Join some...

  • A few years back we, with Rhodeside Harwell as landscape designers, designed the reconstruction of a good length of the stone wall along the sunken road that was central to the first and second battles of Fredericksburg, VA. It was based on meticulous...

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  • For me, our annual convention is always a time where I am reinvigorated about our profession and what we do as architects. This year’s convention in Philadelphia was no exception. This newsletter contains information on many of the events that the...

  • Does anyone know of replacement shingles for this kind of roofing? I noticed a lot of them on the ground in New Orleans after Katrina so the National Park Service is not the only entity needing to find an appropriate substitute. Victoria Jacobson

  • If you have not noticed, the Symposium presentations are summarized in an article in the most recent issue of Preservation Architect and copies of all the presentations are linked to this article. Here is the list of presentations: ...

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  • The AIA Historic Resources Committee is the oldest standing committee of the AIA. It was organized in 1890 as the Committee on the Conservation of Public Architecture. The history of the Committee and the AIA’s involvement in preservation is recorded...

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