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Honoring Legacies of Preservation Giants
Honoring Legacies of Preservation Giants

Historic preservation and post-World War II architecture have changed rapidly in recent decades. Still, certain things remain the same: the ideals we hold today often stem from those designers and practitioners who came before us.

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Postwar architecture study receives California Governor’s Award
Postwar architecture study receives California Governor’s Award

Sacramento’s study of historic mid-century modern architecture received the California Governor’s Historic Preservation Award for 2018.

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Historic landscape assessment workshop of United Nations Plaza
Historic landscape assessment workshop of United Nations Plaza

In November Chad Moffett will be part of a team leading a full-day workshop on Landscape Assessment using the United Nations Plaza as our case study.

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Transportation leaders gather for Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference
Transportation leaders gather for Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference

Christina Slattery presents ‘Ohio’s Historic Bridge Update: Innovation and Technological Advances from the Groovy ’60s’ at annual transportation conference.

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Preserving Historic Road conference showcases Mead & Hunt work
Preserving Historic Road conference showcases Mead & Hunt work

The Preserving the Historic Road Conference will showcase how the preservation of historic roads can contribute to the economic, transportation, recreational and cultural needs of our communities.

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Historic building perspective on staying cool
Historic building perspective on staying cool

Architectural historians review building projects so they meet the U.S. Secretary of Interior’s Standards and Preservation Briefs. Knowing the history and development of building systems like air conditioning helps us help clients.

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Resiliency in cultural resource planning
Resiliency in cultural resource planning

Resiliency planning applies to cultural resources. About $40 billion of cultural resources, located along U.S. coastlines, are at “high risk” due to sea level rise.

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Award-winning historic preservation stewardship in Oklahoma
Award-winning historic preservation stewardship in Oklahoma

Award-winning projects made a positive impact on Oklahoma’s historic properties through research, rehabilitation and restoration, as well as publications and other preservation activities.

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LGBTQ pride and place: National Park Service’s theme study
LGBTQ pride and place: National Park Service’s theme study

June is Pride Month for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer communities in the U.S. Many people are unaware that LGBTQ Pride commemorates an actual historic event.

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Federal Highway Administration issues new bridge preservation guide
Federal Highway Administration issues new bridge preservation guide

The FHWA released an updated Bridge Preservation Guide, an important part of a broader asset management program that addresses the aging infrastructure.

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