Join us for a 1 AIA CES LU/HSW seminar about the guide to preservation changes in the Iowa HPTC Program.
Iowa has one of the most robust historic preservation programs in the country with the largest number of historic preservation commissions participating in the certified local government program, an effective state historic tax credit program and significant architectural and archaeological resources. Come learn about how you can be part of this and the tools that are available for historic preservation. The workshop will focus changes to the Historic Preservation Tax Credit Program adopted during the 2014 Legislative session.
#1-Welfare. Workshop will demonstrate the tangible benefits of preservation in regard to welfare of both the community and individual
#2- Preservation. Workshop will provide an overview of the Secretary of the Interior's Guidelines for Preservation and Rehabilitation.
#3- Preservation. Workshop will provide an overview of the submission requirements and expectations for the three-part application process for the State Historic Preservation Tax Credit.
#4-Program will provide a brief, but engaging review of the history of the Preservation Movement in America.
Presenter: Steve King, AIA
Steve King is a registered Iowa Architect with more than 20 years of experience leading design teams on a range of complex projects, including historic preservation, commercial, athletic, civic, and residential projects. Since August of 2013, he's served as the State Historic Preservation Officer for the State of Iowa.
Join us after the seminar for a Section Luncheon! AIA Iowa Past President Nathan Kalaher, AIA and board member Toi Sullivan, AIA will be visiting with members of North West Iowa to discuss the section repositioning and AIA Member Services Tool Kit. Lunch will be available at this free event. All are welcome! Register for the luncheon here.