1.0 Historic Structure Report Standards
1.1 A historic structure report (HSR) is prepared to minimize loss of character-defining features and materials whenever existing information about the developmental history and condition of the historic structure does not provide an adequate basis upon which to address anticipated management objectives, whenever alternative courses of action for impending treatment and use could have adverse effects, or to record treatment.
1.2 Architectural, landscape, and archeological investigations supporting an HSR have the least possible impact on the property studied and employ nondestructive methods to the maximum extent possible; they are prescribed and justified in a task directive that includes a research design and impact analysis.
2.0 Historic Structure Report Model Contents
For additional information on the contents of each section, see Historic Structure Report Deliverables.
Last updated: January 29, 2016