Appendix 23. Suggested Categories for Evaluation of Campus Properties
First Importance: "Outstanding" (5) in architectural or historical significance, worthy of listing in the National Register of Historic Places. Retain in continued use. Should be treated with respect and in strict compliance with the secretarys Standards and Guidelines. Interpretive efforts are warranted.
Second Importance: "Significant" (4) in terms of architecture, design, history, or associations, in most cases suitable for National Register or district listing. Treatment requires careful consideration consistent with the secretarys Standards and Guidelines. Appropriate for marking.
Third Importance: "Important" (3) in the fabric of the campus but not necessarily in historic or design terms. Includes properties necessary to complete the integrity of a group or area. Any treatment, including adaptive use, should be carefully handled consistent with the secretarys Standards and Guidelines and Campus Planning Procedure Documents/Guidelines. Alteration or elimination of properties in any of the first three categories must be thoroughly documented.
Fourth Importance: "Neutral" (2) in terms of historical or design interest, but realistically permanent structures, the maintenance or treatment of which requires consideration of impact on surroundings.
Least Importance: "Bad" (1) Unsuited
for continued use because of negative impact on functions or surroundings. Suitable
for removal, subject to verification of absence of heritage values.
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