Historic Preservation Fund Grant-Assisted Work
Grants from the Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) support a wide variety of activities that enable recipients to protect and share significant cultural resources. More information on each of our grant programs is available by following the link "HPF Grant Programs" at right.
Documents in Integrated Resource Management ApplicationsA number of products produced by HPF grant recipients have been catalogued in the Integrated Resource Management Applications (IRMA) Data Store. IRMA contains a growing number of products but is not a comprehensive listing. Browse or search for projects by using the links at right. More than 1,000 items have been cataloged to date, representing almost 40 years of work by grantees.
Plans and Specifications at the Electronic Technical Information CenterDocuments related to details of architectural projects are catalogued separately from IRMA at the Electronic Technical Information Center (ETIC). ETIC provides digitized versions of plans and specifications; however, not all documents are publicly accessible. The primary focus of these plans and specifications are projects funded by the Save America's Treasures grant program. In addition, a variety of administrative and earlier reports from grant recipients are catalogued in ETIC.
Search for HPF Products
To search for products, enter the text you would like to search for and set "Unit" as "Historic Preservation Fund (HPF)." An advanced search is also available under Search > Advanced; this search mode allows you to restrict your search to a variety of factors including date and material type.
Browse HPF Products by Type
To browse products, click the link at right and enter "Historic Preservation Fund (HPF)" as the park, office, program or region. Next, review the categories of featured content and select the category for which you would like to search.