Florida Army National Guard Armory Survey, Florida

Since May 2007, ESI has conducted over 15 projects for the Florida Army National Guard that included a historic architectural assessment was conducted at each armory that included a pedestrian inspection of each building regardless of age, as well as background research.  Building age was determined using sources such as topographic maps, historic aerial photographs, informant interviews, and property appraiser information.  A professional evaluation of the condition of the buildings was provided based upon visual inspection of structural components, historic integrity, and general appearance of the buildings.  Background research included a review of county property records, library and archival research, informant interviews, and historical maps and aerials.  During each survey, structures were evaluated with regard to their meeting the criteria of eligibility for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places, as defined in 36 CFR 60.4, and in consultation with the State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO).  Structures that were not yet 50 years of age were evaluated under Criteria G, regarding their military role and construction during the Cold War era.  

In addition, ESI conducted a HABS/HAER evaluation of the WWII Historic District located at Camp Blanding, Clay County.  This project also included generating text and application for an official State of Florida Historic Marker.

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