Preview…The Value of The Architect Series Presents “Adapted Reuse: Recycling Old Buildings”

May 30, 2022

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The Value of The Architect Series Presents “Adapted Reuse: Recycling Old Buildings”

by ANNABELLE RADCLIFFE-TRENNER AIA, RIBA
 
According to the New Jersey Administrative Code, ARCHITECTS are the only professionals,” through education, training and experience, skilled in the Art and Science of Building Design, that are licensed to practice architecture in New Jersey”
 
“The Practice of Architecture “means “providing of services in connection with the design, construction, enlargement, or alteration of a building or group of buildings and the spaces within and surrounding those buildings, that are for human use or habitations.”
 
There is a perception that preservation work is costly. In fact, with good advice from a preservation architect, construction costs can be managed and contained provided a thorough investigation has been completed prior to bidding. Click HERE to read the full article on the VALUE that a qualified architect can bring to a historic preservation project. 

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