Growth in the global construction industry is estimated to be one of the major factors driving the wood preservation
Lyall (1994) has long identified preservation
knowledge as a significant factor in preservation
endeavor by his assertion that "the level of knowledge in a country is one of the four major factors that determine the ability of any country to develop a satisfactory preservation
programme for information resources.
The time for a preservation
curriculum has arrived as historic landmarks in New York City and beyond crumble under the weight of decades of age, weather and pollution.
These approvals bring to 1,923 the number of apartments preserved under the Corporation's Section 202 Preservation
Program, begun in December 2004.
of digitally born resources was already a problem before the advent of Web services, the shift to new distribution efforts will require an even more focused and intentional effort on the part of libraries to preserve data.
city government has rarely had more than one full-time employee dedicated to historic preservation
: This may be met by showing the preservation
of a "historically important land area" or "certified historic structure.
might not be an organization's key function but rather a component of its broader vision.
Preserving the "look and feel" of original records is a key element of good records preservation
, and it is one of the key elements of 21 CFR part 11.
of historic buildings is important, but preservation
of our constitutional rights is vital," said Barry W.
Trades Network (PTN) is a nonprofit organization that brings together construction trades members in the fields of historic preservation
, restoration, conservation, architecture, engineering and development.
project has a multi-fold purpose: manage growth, protect environmentally endangered lands, improve water quality and increase public access to natural areas.