To: William R. Adams, Pres.
Of: Historic Property Associates
Pages: 2, including this cover sheet.
Date: November 18, 1997
Here's an outline of what I think it would take to do a reasonable job on the Flagler Collage wall.
If you think it's O.K., we can come up with some numbers to do it.
From the desk of...
5407 Riverside Drive
Yankeetown, FL 34498
ASSESSMENT OF OUTER WALL FLAGLER COLLEGE
1 Assemble all available photographs of exterior. Date, as possible.
2 Determine if there are any extant drawings or specifications for the wall, chain, or
3 Research exterior lighting fixtures which would be available during the period.
4 Research electrical lighting technology for the period, i.e. types of wiring, lamp
wattages, power sources, etc.
5 Determine if any of the missing elements (posts, chains, lamp standards, fixtures) are
still extant, and if so, their location and availability.
Preliminary Field Work:
S1 Produce a CAD based plot plan of wall, if none is existing. Check HABS drawings or
2 Excavate to determine size of footing.
3 Measure typical sections of masonry elements; chain, and lamp standards.
4 Photograph all elements of wall, identify location on plot plan.
5 Make notes on all deficiencies, missing elements, etc.
6 Analyze data and produce written report on necessary repairs and replacements.
Plans and Specifications:
1 Develop plans and specifications for the repair, stabalization, and replacement of the
various wall elements.
1 Use the plans and specifications to obtain cost estimates from firms known have
expertise in the various trades necessary to accomplish the work.
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