Historic Buildings Summary of Required Actions:
The responsible party, or parties, perform the required action(s), or task(s), as follows:
- ASU executive administration, ASU Real Estate, and the Office of the University Architect consider historic preservation in campus planning when retaining, using, leasing, and/or acquiring historic buildings.
- The ASU historic preservation coordinator or historic preservation consultant identifies, evaluates, and determines the eligibility of a property for the State and National Registries of historic places. (See Step One: Identification and Evaluation of Historic Properties.)
- The ASU historic preservation coordinator, or the historic preservation consultant, nominates eligible properties to the National Register.
- In order to propose an addition, remodeling, or maintenance, the design professional (DP) and ASU project manager(s) (with assistance from the ASU historic preservation coordinator) follow “The Secretary of Interior’s Standards for Treatment of Historic Properties—Rehabilitation.” (See Step Two: Proposed Action and Treatments.)
- To assess the effects of the proposed changes or maintenance, the ASU historic preservation coordinator or the historic preservation consultant submits the Addition, Remodeling, or Maintenance Proposal to the SHPO for review and comment. (See Step Three: Assessment of Effect.)
- Upon receipt of the SHPO concurrence with the proposal, the ASU historic preservation coordinator and project manager(s) may proceed with implementing the Addition, Remodeling, or Mainenance.
- If building demolition is required, the ASU historic preservation coordinator, or the historic preservation consultant, prepares the recordation/documentation per SHPO requirements/standards. (See Demolition Documentation Requirements in this policy.)
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