Historic Preservatin, Building Codes, and Resiliency

APA Florida Chapter, Emerald Coast Section


Friday, March 3, 2017, 9 a.m.
Friday, February 3, 2017, 5 p.m. CST

Pensacola, FL, United States

CM | 7.50

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Historic properties play a major role in many communities as the foundation for thriving neighborhoods, the backbone of business districts, the settings for heritage tourism experiences, the substance of educational programs, and as the centerpieces of cultural events. This workshop is designed to address the unique way in which historic properties are maintained and rehabilitated within building, fire, life safety, Coastal construction and accessibility codes. Participants will learn how design review is accomplished within a historic district and financial incentives that are available to owners of historic properties. Contemporary challenges such as sea level rise and adaptability strategies will be emphasized.




Carter Qunia

Principal, Quina-Grundhoefer Architects, Pensacola

Robert Overton

Executive Director, West Florida Preservation Inc

Christian Wagley

FGBC Certifying Agent, Sustainable Town Concepts, Pensacola Read More

Alan Gray

President and CEO of First City Planning & Development Read More

Leslee Keyes

Director of Historic Preservation and Special Initiatives, Assistant Professor Flagler College Read More

Clay Henderson

Executive Director, Water and Environmental Resilience, Stetson University Read More

Richard Forbes

Historic Preservation Officer, City of Orlando

Lisa Craig

Chief of Preservation, City of Annapolis

Contact Info

Kristen Shell, kristen9448@yahoo.com