Historic Preservation Projects
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This archive contains a collection of projects generated by students in the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation within the School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation. These research papers represent a wide variety of topics within the field of historic preservation incorporating subjects as diverse as heritage trails, sustainability practices and industrial and archaeological sites preservation.
(2014)This feasibility study evaluates the economic viability for adaptive reuse of the former Sigma Chi fraternity house located at 4600 Norwich Road in College Park, Maryland. The house has been vacant since 2001 and designation ...
(2014)The Germanna Foundation is currently undergoing a large project to locate, map, and document heritage sites associated with the Germanna colonists that settled in the Virginia piedmont in the early 18th century. This ...
(2014)The purpose of this historic structure report is to provide a set of customized treatment recommendations for 86 Maryland Avenue, in the city of Annapolis, Maryland owned by the American Institute of Architects - Maryland ...
Neutralism as pluralistic diverse history: government support for preservation stewardship of historic religious properties (2014)America’s historically designated religious sites face a unique set of legal and financial preservation challenges. These properties tend to be financed through fluctuating membership and fundraising, and can be denied ...