From Nuclear Waste to Manholes – the What, Why and How of Surveys

Start Date
08/21/2018
End Date
08/21/2018
Description
This presentation will focus on the what, why and how of historic resource surveys. Surveys are one of the basic building blocks of preservation planning, providing government agencies, developers, building owners and scholars with basic information for understanding the built environment, and for planning future interventions. The presentation will be illustrated with examples from several surveys, including urban surveys focusing mostly on buildings, and surveys focusing on less commonplace resource types.
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Historic Preservation
Project Management
Urban Planning & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
No
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
1. What is a survey and why is it done?
2. Methods for surveying buildings and other resources.
3.How do cities use survey information?
4.Why are surveys important?
Instructors
Nancy Goldenberg,Kim Butt,Lina Velasco
Website Registration
Course Codes
Nuclear2018
Provider
California Preservation Foundation


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