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Home arrow Publications arrow Intro: Balancing Historic Preservation Needs with the Operation of Highly Technical or Scientific Facilities
Balancing Historic Preservation Needs with the Operation of Highly Technical or Scientific Facilities

1991; 79 pages; excerpt available online
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Written in response to a congressional request, Balancing Historic Preservation Needs with the Operation of Highly Technical or Scientific Facilities considers the appropriate role of historic preservation in the operation and management of highly technical and scientific facilities such as Yerkes Observatory and the Marshall Spaceflight Center.

The report identifies ways in which preservation needs may be reconciled with ongoing operational needs of scientific and technological institutions and affirms the flexibility of the Section 106 review process in accommodating these needs.


To order copies

Balancing Historic Preservation Needs with the Operation of Highly Technical or Scientific Facilities is out of print. Photocopies of the 13-page excerpt are available for 50 cents per copy to cover shipping and handling charges. Please send a check to the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, 1100 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Suite 803, Washington, DC 20004. After we receive your order, please allow five to seven business days for delivery. For more information, call or e-mail Denise Stanley (phone 202-606-8503).


Updated September 24, 2011

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