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CE Program : Historic Buildings: Our Tangible Link to the Past

AIA Triangle CE Program: Historic Buildings: Our Tangible Link to the Past

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When: November 1, 2017
9:00 AM
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Rigsbee Hall
208 Rigsbee Avenue
Durham, North Carolina  27701
United States
Contact: 919-463-0333

Online registration is available until: 10/30/2017
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Historic Buildings: Our Tangible Link to the Past

Program includes panel discussion & tours!

November 1, 2017 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm


Rigsbee Hall | 208 Rigsbee Avenue | Durham, NC


6 HSW | Cost: $99


Historic buildings are our tangible links with the past. The Federal and State governments encourage the preservation of historic buildings through tax incentives that promote the rehabilitation of historic structures of every period, size, style, and type. They are instrumental in preserving the historic places that give cities, towns, neighborhoods, and rural areas their special character. Staff from the North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office (HPO) will give participants an overview of the historic tax credit program, and architects and developers for three exciting Downtown Durham projects will lead tours.

Program includes panel discussions and tours!

Learning Objectives:

1. Upon completion of this program, participants will demonstrate knowledge of the HPOWEB, a web-based historic properties GIS mapping tool, and review information available in local architectural survey publications and nominations of properties and districts listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

2. Participants will distinguish appropriate rehabilitation and technical treatments as outlined in the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation.

3. Participants will effectively calculate the basics of the historic tax credits.

4. Participants will further demonstrate meeting and balancing the requirements for each new use and design, building code and life safety, and the historic standards and guidelines.

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