Preserve, Reuse, and Pass Forward Oregon's Historic Resources...
The 2012 Roundtable will tackle a building type that defines many of Oregon’s most historic areas, from Main Streets to college campuses: historic masonry buildings. Made of brick, stone, and concrete block, Oregon has several thousand masonry buildings that were built between the 1850s and 1930s, a large number of which have been given local or national historic designation. The 2012 Roundtable will take a look at these buildings, their history, best practices for reuse, and the policy recommendations needed to pass them forward for future generations.
Join the Historic Preservation League of Oregon for the third workshop of the 2012 Preservation Roundtable series on "Oregon's Historic Masonry Buildings: Resilience, Access, and Economics." The workshop will feature educational sessions, opportunities for discussion and input, and a behind-the-scenes tour of some of Pendleton's lesser seen masonry buildings. The event includes lunch and refreshments.
$7 for HPLO members
$10 for general public
To RSVP for the workshop, go to the Roundtable website or contact HPLO staff.