Moving Historic Buildings
U.S. Department of the Interior, Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service, Technical Preservation Services Division, 1979 - Historic buildings - 50 pages
Community and federal involvement--Selecting a moving contractor--Specifications and licenses--Selecting the best procedure for the move--Planning a route--Documentation--Interim protection prior to the move--Selecting and preparing the new site--Preparing the structure for the move--Conclusion--Case study: Relocation of the Gruber Wagon Works.
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