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Produced by Restore Media: Clem Labine’s Traditional BuildingClem Labine’s Period Homes, and the Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference, the following free webinar is being offered on September 19th:

Click here to register for this webinar.

Credits Where Credits Are Due: Tax Credits for Historic Preservation Projects 

September 18, 2012, 2:00 p.m., 90 minutes, 1.5 AIA HSW LUs

For more than 30 years, generous federal tax credits have been the driving economic force behind the rehabilitation of historic structures in the United States. Through case studies of successful projects, learn how to earn tax credits while navigating a sometimes exacting process. This is a must-attend event for architects, contractors, building owners, and developers.

Learning Objectives

After the session, participants will be able to do the following:

  • Discuss in detail the federal tax credit program for the rehabilitation of historic buildings.
  • Identify essential characteristics – both in design and construction – sucessful projects share.
  • Apply the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation to individual projects.
  • Cite lessons from the tax credit-worthy projects presented during the Webinar.


Staff from the National Park Service, Washington, D.C.


Judy L. Hayward, education director, Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference and Traditional Building Conference Series, Restore Media, LLC, Washington, D.C.

About Danielle Keperling

Danielle Groshong-Keperling has worked full-time in the restoration industry since 2001, but her education in the traditional trades, construction industry, and historical preservation was built from an early age through her Father's work in the traditional trades and her Mother's love of historic architecture. Now, with Jonathan (an artisan craftsman in his own right), her partner in business and life, they work together to help historic building owners restore and preserve their piece of our built history.