Continuing Education: The Landmarks Preservation Commission Process

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Tuesday, October 20, 2015

10:00 am-12:00 pm

Neighborhood Preservation Center, 232 East 11th Street 10003

The Historic Districts Council is pleased to host a Continuing Education panel on the Landmarks Preservation Commission Process. Daniel Allen, HDC President and principal at CTA Architects and William Neeley staff member at LPC will discuss the process of landmarking and permitting. Mr. Neely will explain the mission of the LPC and how staff and commissioners review each of the Certificates of Appropriateness (CofAs ) for proposed work to landmark structures. Mr. Allen will explain how applicants prepare for CofA approval.  He will cover documentary research, investigation of existing conditions, preparation of drawings and material sample selection. Both will give examples of approval drawings on case studies and examples of completed successful LPC regulated projects. Two AIA Learning Units and Health, Safety, Welfare continuing education credits are available for AIA members.


2 LU / HSW Credits

Friends of HDC- $30

General Admission- $40

General No Credit- $15

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