Preservation Priorities: Evolving Approaches to Assessing Postwar Resources

Murphy Design Studio

1218 Theo Dickinson Dr
Coral Gables, FL


Allan Shulman, FAIA, LEED AP

Sarah Cody

Kim Daileader

Beth L. Savage

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What are adequate assessment tools for our cultural and built postwar heritage? Given contemporary pressures like resiliency, climate change, and development, how can these evaluation criteria be reframed productively to meet current and future intertwining objectives? 

This session will explore the General Services Administration’s (GSA) 2023 revised Modern-era determination of eligibility tool (DOE Tool) and the recent efforts by Miami-Dade County’s heritage survey to discuss these critical topics.


  • Heritage at Risk: Exploring Postwar Resources in Miami-Dade County
    Allan Shulman and Sarah Cody


  • Celebrating the U.S. General Services Administration Postwar Federal Building Legacy in the National Register of Historic Places Using its Modern Era Assessment Tool
    Beth L. Savage and Kim Daileader



Charlotte Von Moos



Murphy Design Studio


1.25 HSW AIA credits