Previous Events

AIA'22 Conference in Chicago

highlighted the challenges faced by elected officials and planners in adapting historic communities inundated by rising tides and extreme storm events.  From the East Coast to the West Coast and the Midwest between, architects, engineers, planners and preservationists are working with local, state and federal agency personnel and programs to assess historic community vulnerabilities and develop strategies for reducing risk. The Craig Group was honored to be a participant in this panel discussion.

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2020 Nantucket Preservation Symposium

Additional details coming soon.

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Capitol Gazette

Additional details coming soon.

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2017 KHAW (Keeping History Above Water)

Annapolis Chief of Historic Preservation

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FORT LAUDERDALE STRATEGIC HISTORIC PRESERVATION PLAN | VIRTUAL EDUCATION PRESENTATION
March 24, 2022

Historic Preservation Planning for a More Resilient Fort Lauderdale

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STRATEGIC HISTORIC PRESERVATION PLAN WORKSHOP

March 31, 2022 

Location: New River Inn 231 SW 2nd Avenue Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 

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KEEPING HISTORY ABOVE WATER: NORFOLK

May 15-18, 2022

Location: Chrysler Museum of Art, 1 Memorial Place, Norfolk, VA 23510

Presentation on May 16 - 2:40 pm 

Resilience and Relevance: A Whole Community Approach to Climate Adaptation Planning 

Lisa Craig and Keri Ragland - The Craig Group Partners, LLC

Contracted to develop the Cultural Resource and Community Profile chapters of the Resilience and Hazard Mitigation Plan for New Bern, North Carolina, The Craig Group team identified the cultural value of diversity and inclusion considerations for disaster adaptation impacts on the African American community. In this conference session, The Craig Group emphasizes the need for “whole community” public awareness, education and engagement as a mitigation strategy to include all racial perspectives.

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MAIN STREET NOW CONFERENCE

May 16-18, 2022

Location: Richmond, VA

Session: Visualizing Downtown: A Climate Adaptation Approach to Resilient Heritage

Lisa Craig, Kimberly Rose - The Craig Group

Sujin Kim - University of Florida

Using laser scanning technology to document historic downtowns has a variety of potential uses, one of the most significant being the ability to use the data to visualize the future of climate impacts on buildings and businesses. This session will explore how two historic downtowns (Nantucket, MA and St. Augustine, FL) have benefitted from an academic partnership with the University of Florida to plan for adaptation of their historic districts to future climate-related disasters.

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AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS | CONFERENCE ON ARCHITECTURE 2022

Jun 22-25, 2022

Location: McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois

Saturday, June 25, 2022

Session: Three Coasts: Sea-Level Rise Solutions for Historic Waterfronts

Seminar Presenter:  Peter Birkholz, AIA – President, Principal, Page & Turnbull

Panelist:  Lisa Craig – Principal, The Craig Group

Seminar Presenter:  Edith Makra

Seminar Presenter:  Morris Hylton - Climate Change Architect, NPS