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The most sustainable building is the one that already exists. Rehabilitation and Adaptive Reuse design requires experience in the reuse of buildings. There are historic buildings with stories that remain relevant when the building’s use is transformed by celebrating its historical character. In those cases, we are sensitive to the building’s past and strive to ensure its continuing contribution to the community. Other buildings no longer fit their current use due to changes in the marketplace, but make great sense for conversion or adaptive reuse. Our architects are thought leaders and specialists whose sole focus is the creation of exceptional spaces and places whether our client is reusing a building, seeking Historic Preservation Tax Credits, or complying with local or state historic preservation guidelines. Read more about what we do at Keeping History Alive in Modern Design.
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