Historic Structure Reports
For additional information about HSRs see
National Park Service Preservation Brief 43
National Park Service HSR Outline.
The purpose of a Historic Structure Report (HSR) is to
provide detailed documentary, graphic and physical information about a
property's history and existing condition. HSRs are utilized to
identify the most appropriate treatment of repair, rehabilitation, or
restoration for a historic property.
Historic Documentation Company (HDC) prepares comprehensive
Historic Structure Reports (HSR) on all types of historic resources,
specializing in commercial, engineering, industrial and maritime resources.
Reports follow National Park Service guidelines and
state-level standards when applicable.
Our Historic Structure Reports typically include the following:
Resource stabilization, restoration, rehabilitation
and reuse recommendations according to the
Secretary of the Interior Standards
for Treatment of Historic Properties.
Hi-resolution Digital Photography with digital files dually archived and
delivered on archival CD, DVD or flash memory media.
Field inspection and reporting by qualified preservation/restoration architects
and professional structural, mechanical, and electrical engineers as the job
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