APA Florida Chapter, Emerald Coast Section


Saturday, November 14, 2015
11 a.m. - noon CST

Pensacola, FL, United States

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Planners will hear about the University of West Florida Historic Trust Interpretative Master Plan for the historic village and downtown Pensacola.  Topic to be discussed include the following: 

Challenges of interpreting a living history museum.
Challenges of displaying historic and archaeological resources.
State of the art in living history and historic museum exhibit methods.

Review of the existing 8 acre downtown historic site.

Definition of an Interpretive Master Plan.

Review of matrix developed for Village resources.

Understanding the impact of cultural heritage tourism.

Proposal for new Interpretive Master Plan for the village.

Review of graphic demonstrations for the new plan.


Ross Pristera is the primary speaker.  Mr. Pristera is responsible for preserving UWF’s historic buildings and landscapes. Ross also supervises and reviews special building projects and ongoing maintenance. He has a MA Historic Preservation Planning.  If you have any questions for Mr. Pristera, you may contact him at (850) 595-5985 x 115. 

A second speaker is Carter Quina, AIA with Quina Grundhoefer Architects.  He can be reached at 850-433-5575.

















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