Historic Structure Reports
Agricola Corporation has extensive experience preparing Historic Structure Reports for restoration and development projects. The Historic Structure Report is a standardized format developed by the National Park Service and accepted by the AIA which extensively documents the history of a building's construction and modifications and presents options for restoration and adaptive reuse. This defining document can form the baseline for future development options, usually including a rehabilitation and maintenance plan, and it has great significance for future development of the site.
Drawing on our network of local design and technical professionals and on our knowledge of the unique cultural history of the region, we can assemble the credible, objective, reliable and persuasively written documents our clients need to launch a restoration or development project. Historic preservation strengthens the community and Agricola Corporation often presents reports at public information meetings.
Agricola Corporation has furnished Historic Structure Reports for a diverse group of notable buildings in New England.