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Historic Building Renovations and Transformations

Walk away with a better understanding of what you need to do when working on historical buildings or structures.

Many developers who would like to work with historic structures are not aware of the various types of historic properties and the approval process to obtain the necessary permits for an historic structure. The process becomes very complex with the substantial modification of the uses of the existing building. If extensive additions or alterations are proposed for the project, the approval process is even more challenging. This topic, through photographs, will illustrate theses various problems and how they were solved to the satisfaction of the various approval jurisdictions. The projects illustrated will be taken from various commercial, office, residential and mix-use structures. The presenters have a combined experience of more than 90 years of dealing with projects of an historical nature for preservation, change of use, modification, adaptive re-use and additions of both a minor and a substantial nature. This topic will be of benefit to both experienced developers and those new to the historic genre.


Runtime: 90 minutes
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Agenda

Project Analysis

  • Zoning Conformation Before and After
  • Structural Condition
  • Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Requirements
  • Americans With Disabilities Act Requirements
  • Previous Historic Documentation
  • Period of Significance

Categories of Historic Places

  • National Historic Landmarks
  • National Register of Historic Places
  • Objects
  • Buildings; Structures
  • Sites; Districts
  • Local Landmarks

Administration of Preservation Law

  • National Park Service- Preservation Assistance Division
  • State Historic Preservation Office
  • Staff Consultation; Staff Report
  • Historic Preservation Review Board
  • Governor's Agent for Historic Preservation
  • Tax Credits

Types of Architecture Modification

  • Preservation; Rehabilitation
  • Restoration; Reconstruction
  • Addition
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Andrew H. Diem

Andrew Diem Architects

  • Registered architect, Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia
  • Experience in the areas of design, historic preservation, adaptive reuse, with building construction management for new and renovation projects
  • Specialized experience with embassies, small office buildings, space planning, retail stores, restaurants, sidewalk cafes and industrial projects
  • Has been a commercial industry arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association for thirty five years
  • Served as an adjunct professor at Catholic University of America, the Graduate School of the Department of Agriculture and The George Washington University
  • Graduate work with Harvard University, B.A. degree in architecture and a diploma from the Ecole des Beaux Arts

Don Alexander Hawkins

  • Architect, Washington D.C.
  • More than five decades of architectural experience
  • Previous CEO of Parks and History Association
  • Awarded the Historic Preservation Medal by the Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution
  • Lectures with the Smithsonian Institution, the Historical Society of Washington D.C. on the subjects of history, planning, and architecture
  • Has written many articles on the planning, architecture and maps of Washington D.C. in the following publications; Washington History, The Portolan and American History Magazines
  • Curated the exhibition “Washington: Symbol and City” at the National Building Museum
  • Has been consulted by neighborhood organizations, institutions and private citizens on questions regarding architectural and neighborhood preservation
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Product ID: 396489
Published 2015
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