Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Historic Residences from Flooding: Building Elevations

 

Protecting Historic Residences from Flooding: Building Elevations

November 10, 2020, 12pm–1:30pm

 

REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT

 

Join Kate Marcopul, Administrator, NJ State Historic Preservation Office and Dominique Hawkins,

Principal, Preservation Design Partnership in this third of a series on climate change and historic

preservation for New Jersey. In this session, Ms. Marcopul and Ms. Hawkins will address elevating

residential buildings within a historic context while maintaining architectural integrity. This session

will review the regulatory basics for historic preservation and climate adaptation and design

challenges and best practices that should be considered by owners, architects, and historical

commissions. View the first in this series presented during this summer’s Climate Academy webinar

Protecting Our Historical and Cultural Assets.

 

Attendees are eligible for the following continuing education credits:

1 Continuing Education Credit from the Association of State Floodplain Managers

1.5 Certification Maintenance Credits from the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP CM)

 

CEUs for AIA have also been requested

 

 

New Jersey Tidal Marshes and Sea Level Rise

November 16, 2020, 12pm–1pm

 

REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT

 

Join Dr. Nicholas Procopio, Chief, Bureau of Environmental Assessment, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and Dr. Judith Weis, Professor Emerita, Rutgers University as they discuss the status of how New Jersey tidal marshes are doing with respect to sea level rise and remedial actions that could be taken.

 

Attendees are eligible for the following continuing education credits:

1 Continuing Education Credit from the Association of State Floodplain Managers

1.5 Certification Maintenance Credits from the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP CM)

 

 

— Recordings of these previous events are now available —

 

 

Flood Planning & Preparedness for NJ Historic Buildings

Presented October 13, 2020

 

WATCH THE WEBINAR

 

Join Kinney Clark, GIS Specialist, NJ State Historic Preservation Office and Dominique Hawkins, Principal, Preservation Design Partnership in this second of a series on climate change and historic

preservation for New Jersey. In this session, Mr. Clark and Ms. Hawkins will address New Jersey’s flood types, the National Flood Insurance Program, Flood Insurance Rate Maps, the increasing threat of flooding, and historic preservation as part of the Emergency Management Cycle. This session will include practical guidance for local communities to improve their flood resilience and protect their historic character. View the first in this series presented during this summer’s Climate Academy webinar Protecting Our Historical and Cultural Assets.

 

 

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