Historic Documentation

Historic Documentation

In some instances it is not possible to save a historic resource. If a resource listed on or eligible for the State or National Register will be demolished, mitigation often requires it be documented before the larger project proceeds. The consultant will prepare a documentation report which includes a written description and history of the resource; identification of significant interior and exterior features, archival-quality photographs; and sketch floor plans of the building.  These reports comply with guidelines established by the State Historic Preservation Office and/or the National Park Service, when applicable. Prior to removal of the structure, completed reports are submitted to the property owner, State Historic Preservation Office, and local community, unless there are other project-specific requirements.

 

Reports have been completed for-

-Factory buildings

-Dwellings

-Commercial buildings

-Community-owned public spaces

-Hospital facilities in Quonset huts

-Electric Substations