January 21, 2013 on 10:56 pm | In Fascinating Information, Historic Properties, Property Maintenance, Solutions, Uncategorized, Winning Properties | 1 Comment

Edited by Jodi Summers

The National Trust for Historic Preservation defines rehabilitate as: “To repair a structure and make it usable again while preserving those portions or features of the property that are historically and culturally significant.”

To successfully rehabilitate a historic building, they are offering us 10 basic principles to keep in mind when undertaking a rehabilitation project.

Of course, every project is different and will have different needs and solutions. But this handy reference guide is a great way to get you started.



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  1. California Hotel — Rehabilitation from Conception through Construction
    In Partnership with East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation

    Thursday, February 7, 2013
    9:00 am – 4:30 pm

    Wooden Window, Inc.
    849 29th Street, Oakland, CA 94608

    More Information and Online Registration
    Learn about the work that goes into planning, funding and implementing a successful historic rehabilitation project. This hands-on workshop looks at the complete rehabilitation project cycle of the California Hotel in Oakland, from early-stage planning with economic and market analysis through execution of work with a team of contractors and building trade specialists.

    Comment by California Preservation Foundation — January 24, 2013 #

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