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Peterson of the National Park Service wrote in"any architect who undertakes the responsibility of working over a fine old building should feel obligated to prepare a detailed report of his findings for the information of those who will come to study it in future years.
National Parks and Conservation Association. A historic structure report provides documentary, graphic, and physical information about a property's history and existing condition. Broadly recognized as an effective part of preservation planning, a historic structure report also addresses management or owner goals for the use or re-use of the property.
It provides a thoughtfully considered argument for selecting the most appropriate approach to treatment, prior to the commencement of work, and outlines a scope of recommended work. The report serves as an important guide for all changes made to a historic property during a project-repair, rehabilitation, or restoration-and can also provide information for maintenance procedures.
Finally, it records the findings of research and investigation, as well as the processes of physical work, for future researchers. Peterson of the National Park Service in the early s.
In the decades since the Moore House report was completed, preservation specialists commissioned by owners and managers of historic properties have prepared thousands of reports of this type.
Similar studies have also been used for many years as planning tools in France, Canada, Australia, and other countries, as well as in the United States. Although historic structure reports may differ in format, depending upon the client, the producer of the report, the significance of the structure, treatment requirements, and budgetary and time restrictions, the essential historic preservation goal is the same.
Historic structure reports are prepared for many different types of structures with various intended uses. Examples include courthouses and state capitols still serving their historic function, such as the Wisconsin State Capitol above ; significant properties that are to be rehabilitated and adaptively reused; and properties that are to be preserved or restored as house museums.
Wiss Janney Elstner Associates, Inc "Just as an art conservator would not intervene in the life of an artistic artifact before obtaining a thorough knowledge of its history, significance, and composition, so those engaged in the preservation of buildings Too often in the past, the cultural integrity of countless buildings The preparation of a historic structure report is the first step in adopting a disciplined approach to the care of a historic building.
In response to the many inquires received on the subject, this Preservation Brief will explain the purpose of historic structure reports, describe their value to the preservation of significant historic properties, outline how reports are commissioned and prepared, and recommend an organizational format.
The National Park Service acknowledges the variations that exist in historic structure reports and in how these reports address the specific needs of the properties for which they have been commissioned.
Thus, this Brief is written primarily for owners and administrators of historic properties, as well as architects, architectural historians, and other practitioners in the field, who have limited experience with historic structure reports.
It also responds to the requests of practitioners and owners to help define the scope of a historic structure report study. It is certainly possible, but is less common, to prepare a historic structure report for a privately owned residence. The scope of such studies includes the interior as well as exterior of the historic structure.
Besides the building itself, a historic structure report may address immediate site or landscape features, as well as items that are attached to the building, such as murals, bas reliefs, decorative metalwork, wood paneling, and attached floor coverings. Non-attached items, including furniture or artwork, may be discussed in the historic structure report, but usually receive in-depth coverage in a separate report or inventory.
One significant property may include multiple buildings, for example, a house, barn, and outbuildings; thus, a single historic structure report may be prepared for several related buildings and their site.
The University of Vermont has more than thirty contributing buildings in four historic districts listed in the National Register of Historic Places.This chapter describes techniques, procedures and special considerations that are used by platoons and squads throughout the planning and execution of operations in an urban area.
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A historic structure report provides documentary, graphic, and physical information about a property's history and existing condition.
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