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|Title:||2012 DoD historic building workshop: After-action report for legacy project #10-387|
Smith, Adam D.
|Keywords:||Historic buildings, Legacy Resource Management Program, Workshop|
|Publisher:||Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (U.S.)|
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
All federal agencies have legislative requirements to document actions and effects on historical properties under their control. This After-Action Report discusses Legacy Resources Management Program project #10-387—the development and hosting of the 2012 Department of Defense (DoD) Historic Buildings Workshop (HBW). As submitted by Michelle Michael, Architectural Historian at NAVFAC SE, and Adam Smith, Architectural Historian at ERDC-CERL, the project was a response to the need for a conference specifically focused on the unique challenges faced by the DoD in its regulatory and stewardship requirements toward the historic built environment. A cooperative agreement with the National Preservation Institute, Inc. was utilized to provide technical conference support. Held in San Diego, CA, 5–8 June 2012, the conference drew 110 attendees from all branches of the military and from State Historic Preservation Offices, the National Park Service, and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation. This document outlines the planning and execution steps for the workshop, as well as details on attendance numbers, feedback from attendees, and recommendations for future HBWs.
|Rights:||Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.|
|Appears in Collections:||Special Report|
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