Posts Tagged ‘Historic-Preservation’

Charles Carpenter

FM Frequency: Historic Sites – Challenges, Opportunities

Whoever said some things only get better with age probably was not a facility... ...Read More...

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Georgia Tech Rehabs Hinman Building

At $9.5 million, rehab of the university’s first research building for the college of architecture exemplifies innovation and preserves the legacy of Bauhaus-influenced... ...Read More...

WEB EXCLUSIVE CASE STUDY: Architectural History Repeats Itself

To honor the church’s historic district status and vibrant past, a church building committee was established to turn back the clock on its... ...Read More...

Historic Buildings Energy Efficiency Guide

Available from Clean Air-Cool Planet is a publication created to help historic district commissions and other local organizations and facility managers make historic buildings more energy efficient. Clean Air-Cool Planet is a non-profit, New Hampshire-based organization dedicated solely to finding and promoting solutions to global warming. This new guide, “Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy and Historic Preservation: A Guide for Historic... ...Read More...

WEIRD WEDNESDAY: 500 Years Of History Down The Drain…Fortunately!

Earlier this week, scientists in Scotland came to the realization that a discovery from 1990 was actually quite significant: a 500 year old undisturbed drain was a goldmine for archaeologists from Glasgow... ...Read More...