Rehabilitating a religious property, like a church, using historic tax credits can be very challenging because it is often difficult to match the building’s desired new use with the historic floor plan and character-defining spaces. Design professionals and building owners … Continue reading →
“March Madness” in the historic preservation world isn’t quite the same as the highly competitive, single-elimination college basketball tournaments that happen each March. I’ve coopted the phrase to describe National Historic Preservation Advocacy Week and the days leading up to … Continue reading →
For the past several years, PA SHPO archaeologists have issued an annual report – known as the PASS Report – detailing the ongoing efforts to record Pennsylvania’s archaeological sites. Despite 2020’s many challenges, over 280 new archaeological sites were recorded … Continue reading →
PA SHPO is excited to announce the launch of PA-SHARE! PA-SHARE is Pennsylvania’s new online GIS and project mangement system for working with cultural resources in the Keystone State. You can access PA-SHARE at https://share.phmc.pa.gov/pashare/landing.
The Pennsylvania State Historic Preservation Office (PA SHPO) is seeking a Historic Preservation Specialist to serve as a Review Archaeologist to work between disciplines and advance SHPO priorities. This position is ideal for a detail oriented and flexible preservation professional … Continue reading →
February 3, 2021
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