We are pleased to offer HSW credit hours for licensed and registered architects through the Preservation League of New York State, a certified sponsor through the New York State Education Department. For frequently asked questions about these type of credits, please visit the website for the New York State Office of the Professions here: http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/arch/archce.htm
A total of 9.25 HSW Credit Hours are available for this conference – certificates of completion will be issued after the conference by the Preservation League of New York State.
BREAKDOWN OF AVAILABLE CREDITS for ARCHITECTS:
Thursday, April 6, 2017:
A Solar Future for Preservation. Total of (2) HSW credit hours.
Friday, Block 1 (April 7, 2017 9AM-10:15AM) – All equal to 1.25 HSW credit hours
1A: Digital Documentation: Surveying Historic Resources in the 21st Century
1B: Niagara Falls: Restoring Our Nation’s First State Park
1C: The Requiem of Black Leisure Places: A case study for preservation and piety of the historic Black resort community movement created during the Jim Crow Era
1D: Building Relocation as Historic Preservation: Pros and Cons
Friday, Block 2 (April 7, 2017 10:30AM-11:45AM) – All equal to 1.25 HSW credit hours
2A: Historic Tax Credits and Affordable Housing
2B: Hamlin Park Historic District, Buffalo NY: Historic Preservation Case Study
2C: Matton Shipyard: Planning for Adaptive Reuse
2D: Assessing and Repairing Historic Masonry
Friday, Block 3 (April 7, 2017 1:00PM-2:30PM) – All equal to 1.5 HSW credit hours
3A: Tools of the Trade: Strategies for Preserving the Traditional Trades
3B: Piano in a Fishbowl: Preservation by Necessity at the Port Authority Bus Terminal
3C: Cultural Landscapes Defined
3D: Capturing Our Stories: Oral History and the Preservation Movement
Friday, Block 4 (April 7, 2017 2:45PM-4:00PM) – All equal to 1.25 HSW credit hours
4A: Next Generation of Preservationists
4B: The Barn Building Legacy of J.T. Wells & Sons
4C: The Artist as Architect: 20th Century Artist Houses
4D: Outdoor Lighting in Historic Districts: Preservation Concerns and Modern Technology
Saturday Field Sessions (April 8, 2017 11:00AM-1:00PM) – Equal to 2 HSW credit hours
A: Divine Transformation: Adaptive Reuse of the Holy Rosary Catholic Campus
B: The Buzz on the Street: Hive Properties and the St. Paul Quarter
C: The Power of Grassroots Preservation: Progress in the Susan B. Anthony Neighborhood
D: Five to Revive Success Story: From Eastman Dental Clinic to Eastman Gardens Apartments
- You will receive a credit “ticket” for each applicable session where credits can be obtained. You may attend any combination of sessions and claim up to a total of 9.25 hours of credit for this conference.
- Fill out a credit ticket for each session you attend WITH YOUR COMPLETE CONTACT INFORMATION. Give the completed ticket to an official conference volunteer at the end of the session.
- You will be issued a certificate of completion from the Preservation League of New York State via email in the weeks following the conference.
- For questions about these credits, please contact:
Preservation Associate, Preservation League of New York State
(518) 462-5658 x 10 | email@example.com