HISTORIC PRESERVATION

School of Architecture and Urban Planning                     University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee                 PH: 414-229-5686

Planning Studies

Statement

The Historic Preservation Institute works with neighborhood to document, in a comprehensive way, existing physical conditions.  Current land use is organized documented and combined with historic information to assist in creating land use policy and site development that is both logical for the growth and sensitive to past conditions.  Issues like building volume, street wall, facade articulation, pedestrian and vehicular access, lighting, parking, signage, etc., are all important components in creating a strategy of expansion and development that is both an economical  and logical guide for private and public landowners.

Course Requirements

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Faculty and Staff

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Continuing Education

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Third Ward Development Plan and Lake Access Study.  Milwaukee.  WI.  1999
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