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Texas Department of Transportation celebrates 100 years of service
Texas Department of Transportation celebrates 100 years of service

This year the TxDOT pays tribute to a collaborative history of moving people, goods across the Lone Star State.

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Historic building inventory assists new development in Milwaukee
Historic building inventory assists new development in Milwaukee

A recent industrial building survey of Milwaukee is an excellent example of how historic preservation can be a catalyst for economic revitalization.

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National Trust for Historic Preservation calls for conference ideas
National Trust for Historic Preservation calls for conference ideas

Is there a topic or a key speaker you’d like to see at the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s annual conference, PastForward 2017?

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Celebrate our national parks with a visit in 2017
Celebrate our national parks with a visit in 2017

Last year marked the 100 year anniversary of the National Park Service and the best way to continue to honor the celebration is by visiting a park.

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Cultural resource insights of 2016
Cultural resource insights of 2016

As we welcome the New Year, this post revisits noteworthy news from Mead & Hunt on cultural resources from 2016.

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Four environment and infrastructure stories to watch in 2017
Four environment and infrastructure stories to watch in 2017

With a new president and newly consolidated power among Republicans nationally and in many states, 2017 should be an interesting year for the environment and infrastructure challenges we work to address.

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Cultural resource management in the Trump administration
Cultural resource management in the Trump administration

President-elect Trump has never held political office, so it’s more difficult to predict how his administration will impact environmental and historic preservation regulations

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Reasons to celebrate: Preservation successes in Washington D.C.
Reasons to celebrate: Preservation successes in Washington D.C.

Two national news items provide good news for historic preservation as we say goodbye to 2016.

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Residential architecture in the Digital Age
Residential architecture in the Digital Age

Digital resources offer convenient and fun ways to explore residential architecture.

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Streamlining Section 106 for historic bridges
Streamlining Section 106 for historic bridges

Through its Successes in Stewardship newsletter, FHWA supports states’ efforts to accelerate project delivery.

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