Protecting Historic Residences from Flooding: Building Elevations

Date

Nov 10 2020

Time

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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Join Kate Marcopul, Administrator, NJ State Historic Preservation Office and Dominique Hawkins, Principal, Preservation Design Partnership in this third of a series on climate change and historic preservation for New Jersey. In this session, Ms. Marcopul and Ms. Hawkins will address elevating residential buildings within a historic context while maintaining architectural integrity.

This session will review the regulatory basics for historic preservation and climate adaptation and design challenges and best practices that should be considered by owners, architects, and historical commissions. View the first in this series presented during this summer’s Climate Academy webinar Protecting Our Historical and Cultural Assets.

CEUs for AIA, APA, and ASFPM have been requested.

Given the success of our Summer Climate Academy, the NJ Climate Change Resource Center (NJCCRC) is excited to offer 4 additional free webinars focusing on the latest information on climate change impacts, decision-making, and resilience within the Garden State. The NJCCRC is dedicated to supporting informed climate action in the public, private, non-governmental and community levels throughout New Jersey. These events are free but registration is required. For more information and to register, visit the NJ Climate Change Resource Center website at https://go.rutgers.edu/9aoet9zx.

Date

Nov 10 2020

Time

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Organizer

NJ Climate Change Resource Center
Website
https://njclimateresourcecenter.rutgers.edu/