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  • INTRODUCE YOURSELF…introduce concept of preservation/restoration architect Outline the goals—briefly explain what each means
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    • 1. The Process Simplified Historic Preservation Tax Credit Workshop (Federal & State of Ohio) Heritage Ohio LIMA OHIO October 5, 2009 11/05/09 Presented by Chambers Murphy & Burge
    • 2. The Process Simplified Value of Team Work, add a Restoration Architect. 11/05/09 Presented by Chambers Murphy & Burge
    • 3. Discussion Goals
      • Outline tools available to Owner’s Team.
      • Allow Owner/Developer to realize project possibilities.
      • Level the process
      11/05/09
    • 4. Topics of Discussion
      • Secretary of the Interior’s Standards
      • Expertise
      • Documentation
      • Building Codes
      • Costs
      • Communication
      11/05/09
    • 5. Secretary of the Interior’s Standards
      • FEAR FACTOR
      • Standards—list of ten—common sense design rules
      • Takes precedence over other sets of regulations
      • Communications and early discovery is the key.
      11/05/09
    • 6. Expertise
      • FEAR FACTOR
      • Often hear the word “complex”
      • Include the proper expertise on your Team
      • Experts may include
        • Enthusiastic Owner/Developer
        • Tax attorney
        • Accountant with tax expertise
        • Restoration/preservation architect
      11/05/09
    • 7. Expertise
      • FEAR FACTOR
      • Often hear the word “complex”
      • Include the proper expertise on your Team
      • Experts may include
        • Enthusiastic Owner/Developer
        • Tax attorney
        • Accountant with tax expertise
        • Restoration/preservation architect
      11/05/09 IMPORTANT!
    • 8. Documentation
      • FEAR FACTOR
      • Start at the beginning of the project
      • Required for IRS (remember the Tax Credit is a big incentive to do this)
      • Helps to expedite your processes.
      11/05/09
    • 9. Building Codes
      • FEAR FACTOR
      • Myth busters – “An old building cannot meet the current building code”
      • Myth busters – “It is too expensive to bring that old building up to code”
      11/05/09
    • 10. Building Codes
      • SECTION 3409 HISTORIC BUILDINGS 3409.1 Historic buildings. The provisions of this code relating to the construction, repair, alteration , addition , restoration and movement of structures, and change of occupancy shall not be mandatory for historic buildings where such buildings are judged by the building official to not constitute a distinct life safety hazard.
      • Exception: Historic buildings that are:
      • 1. Listed or preliminarily determined to be eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places;
      • 2. Determined by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Interior as contributing to the historical significance of a registered historic district or a district preliminarily determined to qualify as an historic district; or
      • 3. Designated as historic under a state or local historic preservation program that is approved by the Department of Interior. (CLG)
      11/05/09
    • 11. Building Codes 11/05/09
      • FEAR FACTOR
      • Myth busters – “An old building cannot meet the current building code”
      • Myth busters – “It is too expensive to bring that old building up to code”
    • 12. Building Codes
      • FEAR FACTOR
      • Myth busters – “An old building cannot meet the current building code”
      • Myth busters – “It is too expensive to bring that old building up to code”
      11/05/09
    • 13. Costs
      • Details about this topic
      • Supporting information and examples
      • How it relates to your audience
      11/05/09
    • 14. Communication
      • FEAR FACTOR
      • Entities involved -- ooohh! So many!
      • Lingo, regs, paperwork
      11/05/09
    • 15. Communication
      • FEAR FACTOR
      • Entities involved -- ooohh! So many!
      • Lingo, regs, paperwork
      • Don’t forget your Team—they are there to help you.
      11/05/09
    • 16. Real Life 11/05/09
    • 17. Real Life 11/05/09
    • 18. Real Life 11/05/09
    • 19. Real Life 11/05/09
    • 20. Real Life 11/05/09
    • 21. What This Means
      • FEAR FACTOR
      • Myth Busting
      • Small projects can move forward.
      • Small projects can use tax credits.
      • DON’T GIVE UP YET!
      11/05/09