Historic preservation laws and disaster recovery: 7 approaches for streamlining compliance

By Richard Starzak

Natural disasters are on the rise—sticking government agencies with the tricky task of identifying and evaluating damages to historic properties. Each case must go through a rigorous four-step review in order to receive funds. This process works well for smaller events but poses serious challenges after large disasters, given that every project is screened individually.

ICF experts offer seven recommendations to speed up review in this white paper. You’ll gain an understanding of the regulatory environment on top of approaches for increased efficiency. With these practical tips, you can reduce barriers and quickly move your projects through approvals.

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Meet the authors
  1. Richard Starzak, Vice President, Historic Preservation Specialist

    Richard is an expert in historic preservation with more than 35 years of experience.  View bio

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