Managing Change: Sustainable Approaches to Historic Preservation

Start Date
08/07/2018
End Date
08/07/2018
Description
Sustainability is a significant consideration in historic preservation. One of the greatest strengths of historic buildings is their inherent role as sustainable alternatives to new construction and features that make use of natural light and air flow. This webinar will delve beyond that, looking at historic preservation's important role in utilizing sustainable technologies and encouraging new methodologies. Take a specialized look at incorporating concepts and practices of sustainability in historic preservation projects, and how you can adopt new technologies while maintaining the character and integrity of historic buildings.
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Energy Conservation / Renewable Energy
Green Roofs
Historic Preservation
Sustainable Development & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
1. Addressing the common goals of sustainability and historic preservation
2.Understanding the importance of existing resources of historic buildings in terms of sustainability
3.Rediscovering the value of maintenance and repair, and by doing so embodied & operating energy savings
4.Gaining a holistic appreciation about environmental, cultural and economic benefits of sustainable preservation
Instructors
John D. Lesak
Website Registration
Course Codes
Managing2018
Provider
California Preservation Foundation


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