historic structure report


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historic structure report

A document prepared for a historic building or structure, landscape, or group of properties; records and analyzes the building or property’s initial construction and subsequent alterations by making use of documentary physical and pictorial evidence.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The Historic Structure Report represents a significant step toward acquiring capital funds to restore our historic building which represents so much history and which houses our educational programs and other activities that make a difference in the lives of so many."
Waite Associates, Architects, the Office of the Architect and Facilities Management collaborate in the development of historic structure reports, specific conservation studies, and other research and documentation needed to complete a wide variety of restoration, renewal, and maintenance projects.
189) In addition, chapter 7 covers the "technology of building systems," research techniques such as "reading the building," and components to be included in project documentation (such as historic structure reports and cultural landscape reports).
The program provides funding to municipalities and not-for-profit organizations, and supports three types of projects only: historic structure reports, historic landscape reports and cultural resource surveys.

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