PART 2 - Description of Rehabilitation
One completed and signed original "Historic Preservation Certification Application, Part 2 - Description of Rehabilitation" with all line items filled out. Any information omitted from the information requested may cause the application to be considered incomplete and returned to the owner for completion. If there is more than one owner, a complete listing of owners must be provided using a "Continuation/Amendment Sheet". The listing must include the name, address, daytime telephone number, and Social Security Number or Taxpayer Identification Number for each owner.
One photocopy of the completed and
signed original "Historic Preservation Certification Application, Part
2 - Description of Rehabilitation" with all line items filled
Checklist for Section 5,
"Detailed Description of Rehabilitation/Preservation Work":
Clear and complete description of the proposed rehabilitation work
Continuation/Amendment Sheet has been used if additional space is necessary
Exterior work is described
Interior work is described
Site work is described
Good quality photographs, 35 mm, no
smaller than 3x5, including...
NOTE: Separate sheets of photographs must be provided with each part of the Historic
Preservation Certification Application as submitted. Photographs will become a
permanent part of the project record. Two (2) copies of each set of photographs must be
provided. One set will be retained at the National Park Service offices in Washington
D.C., and the other will be retained at the SHPO. Reference the Historic Preservation
Certification Application Instructions, page 5.
» One view of each elevation of the
» Views that show the building in relation to others on the street (streetscape)
» Exterior views of important elements, features, and details
» Interior views of important elements, features, and details
» Copies of historic photographs, if available, which are useful in demonstrating the retention of
historic materials and character
» Photocopies of photographs have not been submitted
» Photographs are labeled with the following information:
º Building name
º Building address
º The date the photograph was taken
º A description of what is shown in the photograph
º Each photograph is numbered in sequence
A photograph key which indicates where
each photograph was taken on a floor plan or plot plan
Drawings: Two sets of drawings complete enough to show...
» Existing conditions of the building
» Wall placement: existing and proposed
» Window and door openings: existing and proposed
» Major interior features, such as staircases, lobbies, elevators, and corridors: existing and proposed
» Designs for proposed door, window, and/or storefront replacements that must be illustrated in
accordance with "Specification Requirements" provided within this site.
Special Rehabilitation Concerns: If
proposed work involves any items listed under "Special Rehabilitation
Concerns" (Page 6 of the Instructions for the "Historic
Preservation Certification Application"), provide the additional
documentation required per the instructions.
If a discrepancy exists between the project description presented in Item #6 of the application and drawings, specifications, or other materials, the project review at the SHPO and the NPS will be based on the description in Item #6 of the "Historic Preservation Certification Application, Part 2." The applicant will be responsible for making any necessary revisions.
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