Fundamentals of Historic Preservation

APA Hawaii Chapter

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Thursday, September 29, 2016
9 a.m. - 10 a.m. HST

Honolulu, HI, United States

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Overview

This one-hour class will discuss Section 106, Hawaii State Ordinance 6E, and the Secretary of the Interior's Preservation Guidelines.  The class will answer these questions: "What is Section 106?  How does it impact projects I work on?  We will look at four types of preservation methods (i.e., preservation, rehabilitation, restoration, and reconstruction), when to use each, and how to properly designate projects from the start so that the property owner, the State Historic Preservation Division, and the U.S. National Park Service understand the project intent and can correctly scope the project.  We will discuss effects, mitigation, and concurrence, and how important these three principles are to ensuring project success, and what steps to take if concurrence cannot be met.  We will also look at Memoranda of Agreements with the U.S. Navy and other military departments, and how and why they are important to understand before starting any project with the U.S. Navy.  We will also discuss the U.S. Navy database of historic properties and review how the U.S. Navy uses its database at the beginning of each project for proper job scoping.

Speakers

Lorraine Minatoishi

Invited Speaker

Lorraine Minatoishi, Ph.D., AIA LEED AP has a B.A. in Architecture from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, a M.A. in Architecture from the University of Oregon, and a Ph.D. in Engineering from Waseda University. She is the president and owner of Minatoishi Architects, an award-winning ... Read More