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Miller, David E. Toward a New Regionalism: Environmental Architecture in the Pacific Northwest. Sustainable Design Solutions from the Pacific Northwest. Edited by Vikram Prakash Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, 2005.

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Sponsored by the Society for Industrial Archeology. Ober Park Associates, Pittsburgh, 1976.

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Lechner, Norbert. Heating, Cooling, Lighting: Design Methods for Architects. John Wiley and Sons, Inc. New York, NY., 2001.

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Journal Articles


Rypkema, Donovan. “Economy, Sustainablity and Historic Preservation.” edited by National Trust for Historic Preservation Open Plenary. Portland, Oregon: National Trust for Historic Preservation 2005.

“Conserving the Built Heritage in the Modern Era.” Association for Preservation Technology Bulletin 28, no. 4 (1997): 4-12.

“Sustainablity and Property Rights.” Urban Land 65, no. 6 (June 2006): 30-33.

Herman, Thomas Carter and Bernard L. “Toward a New Architectural History.” Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture IV (1991).

Moffat, Niklaus Kohler and Sebastian. “Life-Cycle Analysis of the Built Environment.” UNEP Industry and Environment April (September 2003 2003).

Hayden, Dolores. “Placemaking, Perservation and Urban History.” Journal of Architectural Education 41, N. 3 no. Urban History in the 1980s (Spring 1988) (1988): 45-51.

Workgroup, Green Building. “Buildings and the Environment: A Statistical Summary.” Greenbuilding (April 22 2009).

Buchik, Walter Jamieson and Pat. “Training in Historic Resource Management: The Development of an Approach for Western Canada.” Association for Preservation Technology Bulletin

20, No. 1 (1988): 50-61.

Sandler, Ken. “Analyzing What’s Recyclable in C&D Debris.” BioCycle 44, no. 11 (November 2003): 51.

Anglin, Lori. “Adaptive Reuse of Australian Hardwood Architecture.” Association for Preservation Technology Bulletin Vol. 20, No. 3, Anniversary Issue (1988): 72-79.

Grover, Velma I. “The Waste Hierarchy.” Public Service Reviw 1, no. 55 (June 15, 2006).

Libby, Brian. “The Art of Compromise: A Leed Rehab of the Portland Armory.” Metropolis 26, no. 6 (January 2007): 38.

Cole, P. Kernan and R. “Life-Cycle Energy in Office Buildings.” Buildings and Environment 31, no. 4 (1994): 307-17.

Jackson, Mike. “Embodied Energy and Historic Preservation: A Needed Reassessment.” Association for Preservation Technology 36, no. 4 (2005): 47-52.

Merlino, Kathryn Rogers. “Sustainability and the Transformative Power of Repair.” Proceedings of the Association of American Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Conference (2009).

Moe, Richard. “Opening Speech.” Preservation Magazine 60, no. 1 (Jan-Feb

2008): 67.

Lebow, Victor. “Price Competition in 1955.” Journal of Retailing XXXI, no. 1 (Spring 1955): p. 7.

Foit-Albert, Beverly. “New York Central Terminal : A Studio in Historic Preservation and Adaptive Reuse of the New York Central Terminal, Buffalo, New York.” The School, ©1990. (1990).

Budurow, Constance. “A Vehicle for Conserving and Interpreting Our Recent Industrial Heritage.” The George Wright FORUm 20, no. 2 (2003): 68-89.

Goothelf, Walter Sedovic and Jill H. “What Replacement Windows Can’t Replace: The Real Cost of Removing Historic Windows.” Association for Preservation Technology Bulletin 36, no. 4 (January 2005 2005): 25029.

Hinshaw, Mark. “Days in, Days Out.” Landscape Architecture Magazine November (2011).

Reigl, Alois. “The Modern Cult of Monuments: It’s Characteristics and Its Origins.” Oppositions 25, no. Fall (1982): 20-51.

Hewitt, Mark Alan. “Architecture for a Contingent Environment.” Journal of Architectural Education 47, no. 4 (May 1994): 197-209.

Andersons, Andrew. “Adaptive Reuse: Continuity and Creativity.” National Trust of Australia (NSW) 9-10 (2000): 63-65.

Upton, Dell. “Tradition of Change.” Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review 5, no. 1 (1993): 9-15.

Cole, Raymond. “Life-Cycle Energy Use in Office Biuldings.” Buildings and Environment 31, no. 4 (1996): 307-17.

Jackson, Mike. “Building a Culture That Suatains Design [Editorial].” Association for Preservation Technology Bulletin 36, no. 4 (2005 2005).

Labine, Clem. “Preservationists Are Un-American.” Historic Preservation 31, no. 1 (March/April 1979): 3.

Change, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate. “Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007.” (2007).

Meryman, Helena. “Structural Materials in Historic Restoration: Environmental Issues and Greener Strategies.” APT Bulliten 36, no. 4 (January 2005): 31-38.

Mazria, Edward. “It’s the Architecture, Stupid!”. Solar Energy no. May/June (2003 2003).

Porter, Craig Sims and Andrew. “Repair or Replace Windows in Historic Buildings: Arriving at a Suastainable Solution.” (?).

Roddy Scheer, Doug Moss. “Earthtalk: Drinking from a Bottle Instead of the Tap Just Doesn’t Hold Water “. Scientific American (Marcy 14 2011).

Rose, William. “Should the Walls of Historic Building Be Insulated?”. Association for Preservation Technology Bulletin 36, no. 4 (2005).

Construction, McGraw Hill. “Green Trends Driving Growth.”. Green Outlook 2011 (2010).

Campagna, Patrice Frey and Barbara. “The Impact of Evolving Leed Standards on Historic Preservation Projects.” Journal Of Green Building 3, no. 4 (2008).

Klunder, Itard. “Comparing Environmental Impacts of Renovated Housing Stock with New Construction.” Building Research & Information 35, no. 3 (2007): 252-67.

Ross, Andrew Porter and Susan. “Integrating Environmental and Cultural Sustainablity for Heritage Properties.” Association for Preservation Technology 36, no. 4 (January 2005 2005): 5-11.

Pearman-Gilman, Kim. “Preservation Meets Energy Efficiency.” Forum Journal: The Journal of the National Trust for Historic Preservation 26, no. 3 (2012): 9.

Appleyard, Allan Jacobs and Donald. “Toward an Urban Design Manifesto: A Prologue.” Journalof the American Planning Association 53, no. Winter (1987): 112-20.

Jones, Geoff Hammond and Craig. “Embodied Carbon and Energy in Construction Materials.” Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers Energy 161, no. EN2 (May 2008): 87-98.

Elefante, Carl. “The Greenest Building Is…One That Is Already Built.” Forum Journal: The Journal of the National Trust for Historic Preservation 21, no. 4 (Summer 2007): 26-37.

Elephante, Carl. “The Greenest Building Is….One That Is Already Built.” Forum Journal: The Journal of the National Trust for Historic Preservation 27, no. 1 (Fall 2012 2012): 64.


Magazine Article               (5)

“Portland Warehouse Adapted as Green Office Building.” Urban land 2007, 29-30.

“Second Comings, Adaptive Re-Use in Auckland, New Zealand.” Architecture New Zealand, 2007, 67-72.

“Old Buildings New Energy.” Architecture Minnesota, 2007, 17, 64.

Monroe, Linda. “Diverting Construction Waste.” Buildings, 2008.

Rybczynski, Witold. “The Bilbao Effect: Public Competitions Don’t Necessarily Produce the Best Buildings.” The Atlantic Monthly, September 2002.


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“Mayor and Grocers: Choose Reusable Bags

New Campaign Promotes Reusable Shopping Bags

in Stores and Food Banks.” 5/20/2009 2009.

Krause, Carol. “Old Homes Can Be Green.” Herald Times Online, August 29, 2009.

Mulady, Kathy. “Where Your Seattle Trash Ends Up: And You Thought Taking out the Garbage Was a Big Chore.” The Seattle Post Intelligencer, July 2007.

Council, United States Green Building. “Building Materials & Resources in the Leed 2012 Draft to Focus on Life Cycle Analysis and More Transparent Product Information.” USGBC Press Release, September 13, 2011 2011.

Thompson, Lynn. “Seattle City Council Bans Plastic Shopping Bag.” Seattle Times, December 11, 2011.

Merlino, Kathryn Rogers. “Save That Old Firehouse at Magnuson Park.” Crosscut: News of the Great Nearby, October 2009.



“Sustainablility and Historic Preservation Lessons Learned.” In Technical Preservation Services, edited by National Park Service: National Park Service, 2007.

Marilyn A. Brown, Frank Southworth, Andrea Sarzynski. “Shrinking the Carbon Footprint of Metropolitan America.” Brookings Institution, 2008.

Washington, State of. “Washington State Greenhouse Gas Inventory and Reference Case Projections, 1990-2020.” Washington State Department of Ecology, Washington State Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development, 2007.

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Team, English Heritage Building Conservation and Research. “Building Regulations and Historic Buildings: Balancing the Needs for Energy Conservation with Those of Building Conservation.” English Heritage, 2002.

Research, center for Public Space. “Close Encounters with Buildings.” edited by Royal Academy of Fine Arts. Copenhagen, 2004.

Klems, J. H. “Measured Winter Performance of Storm Windows.” Berkeley, California: Lawence Berkeley National Laboratory, ?

Executive, Office of the Federal Environmental. “The Federal Commitment to Green Building: Experiences and Expectations.” 2010.

Trusty, Wayne B. “Renovating Vs. Building New: The Environmental Merits.” The Athena Institute, 2003.

Ecology, Washington State Department of. “Generation, Recyling and Per Capitadata (1986-2009).” Olympia, Washington: Washington State Department of Ecology, 2009.

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Agency, United States Environmental Protection. “Report to Congress on Indoor Air Quality.” Washington, D.C., 1989.

Energy, Washington State Department of. “2009 Biennial Energy Report with Indicators.” Department of Energy, 2009.

Moe, Richard. “Historic Preservation’s Essential Role in Fighting Climate Change.” edited by Sustainable Stewardship. Berkeley, California: National Trust for Historic Preservation, 2008.

(USGS), United States Geological Survey. “Estimated Water Use in Washington, 2005.” In Scientific Investigations Report 2009–5128: U.S. Department of the Interior, 2005.

UNEP. “Buildings and Climate Change: Status, Challenges and Opportunities.”: United Nations Environment Programme, 2007.

Force, Green Ribbon Climate Action Task. “Tacoma’s Climate Action Plan.” 2008.

Tacoma, City of. “City of Tacoma Climate Action Plan Final Report 2008-2013.” edited by The Office of Environmental Policy & Sustainability. Tacoma, Washington: City of Tacoma, 2013.

Service, National Park. “Port Townsend Historic District National Historic District # 76001883.” edited by Department of the Interior, 1977.

McCurdy, Jacob Thomas and Richard. “National Register of Historic Places Inventory Form.” edited by National Park Service: Department of Interior, 1977.

Fournier, Donald F. “Integrating Sustainable Design Principles into the Adaptive Reuse of Historical Properties.” edited by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Washington, D.C., 2004.

Frey, Patrice. “Making the Case: Historic Preservation as Sutainable Development “: National Trust for Historic Preservation, 2007.

Deloitte, Charles Lockwood and. “The Dollars and Sense of Green Retrofits.” Deloitte Development LLC, 2008.

Frey, Patrice. “Buidling Reuse: Finding a Place on American Clmate Policy Agendas.” Washington, D.C.: National Trust for Historic Preservation, 2008.

Brad James, Andrew Shapiro, Steve Flanders and David Hemenway. “Testing the Energy Performance of Wood Windows in Cold Climates: A Report to the State of Vermont Division of Historic Preservation Agency of Commerce and Community Development.” National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, 1996.

Quality, Middle Class Task Force Council on Environmental. “Recovery through Retrofit.” 2009.

Change, Pew Center for Climate. “Buildings Overview: Climate Tech Book.” 2010.

Institute, Athena Sustainable Materials. “A Life Cycle Assessment Systems of Embodied Effects for Existing Historic Buildings.” 33: Athena Sustainable Materials Institute, 2009.

Preservation, Advisory Council on Historic. “Assessing the Energy Conservation Benefits of Historic Preservation: Methods and Examples.” Washington D.C., 1979.

Quality, Oregon Department of Environmental. “Prioritizing Green Building and Waste Prevention Practices with Life Cycle Assessment: Systems Thinking for Residential Buildings.” Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, 2010.

Jackie Jackson, Editor. “Study of Life Expectancy of Home Components.” National Association of Home Builders and Bank of America Home Equity 2007.

Institute, Athena. “Minnesota Demolition Survey: Phase Two Report.” 23: The Athena Institute, 2004.

Agency, U.S. Environmental Protection. “Characterization of Products Containing Mercury in Municipal Solid Waste in the United States.”, 2000.

Langston, Craig. “The Sustainablity Implications of Building Adaptive Reuse.” 12: Bond University, 2008.

Office, Congressional Budget. “Future Investment in Drinking Water and Wastewater Infrastructure.” 2002.

Preservation, Advisory Council on Historic. “Preserving America’s Heritage: An Overview of the National Historic Preservation Act and Historic Preservation.” edited by Preserve America. Washington, D.C.: Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, 2011.

Change, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate. “Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007.” 2007.

Frey, Patrice. “Green Building Practices and the Secretary of Interior’s Standards for Historic Preservation: A White Paper Prepared in Advance of the 2008 Pocantico Symposium.” National Trust for Historic Preservation, 2008.

Corporation, Australian Government Forest and Wood Products Research and Development. “Comparitive Service Life Assessment of Window Systems.” 2008.

Mason, Randall. “Economics and Historic Preservation: A Guide and Review of the Literature.” The Brookings Instituttion, Metropolitan Policy Program, 2005.

Beyers, Matt Dadswell and William B. “The Economic Benefits of Historic Preservation in Washington State.” The State of Washington Department of Archeology and Historic Preservation, 2006.

Nelson, Arthur C. “Towards a New Metropolis: The Opportunity to Rebuild America.” The Brookings Institution Metropolitan Policy Program, 2004.

Booz, Allen & Hamilton. “Assessing the Energy Conservation Benefits of Historic Preservation: Methods and Examples.” Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, 1979.

Associates, Franklin. “Characterization of Building Related Construction and Demolition Debris in the United States.” 2005.

Sharnhorst, Eric and Katherine Wimble. “Neighborhoods for People.” edited by Helle Soholt. Seattle: Gehl Architects, 2010.

McKeever, David B. “Inventories of Woody Residues and Solid Wood Waste in the United States, 2002.”, edited by USDA Forest Service: USDA Forest Service, 2002.

Architects, Gehl. “Places for People: A Seattle Toolkit.” Seattle and Copenhagen, 2010.

Management, Washington State Waste. “Construction and Debris Collection and Recycling.” 2010.

Agency, The Environmental Protection. “Municipal Solid Waste Generation, Recycling, and Disposal in the United States: Facts and Figures for 2010.” Washington, D.C.: Environmental Protection Agency, 2011.

Administration, United States Energy Information. “Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey (Cbecs).” Washington, D.C.: Energy Information Administration, 2003.

(BSHF), Empty Homes Agency and The Building and Social Housing Foundation. “New Tricks with Old Bricks: How Reusing Old Bricks Can Cut Carbon Emissions.” edited by Empty Homes Agency. London, England: Building and Social Housing Foundation, 2008.

Chris Edwards, Jonna Meyhoff Fry “Life Cycle Assessment of Supermarket Carrierbags: A Review of the Bags Available in 2006.” Bristol, United Kingdom: UK Environment Agency, 2001.

Administration., United States Energy Information. “Buildings Energy Data Book 2011.” U.S. Department of Energy, 2012.

Preservation Green Lab with Cascadia Green Building Council, Green Buiding Services, Quantis and Skanska. “The Greenest Building: Quantifying the Environmental Value of Building Reuse.” Seattle: National Trust for Historic Preservation, 2011.

Agency, Environmental Protection. “Municipal Solid Waste Generation, Recycling, and Disposal in the United States Facts and Figures.” EPA, 2008.

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Liz Dunn, Jason Antonoff, Sean Denniston, Ralph DiNola. “A Working White Paper: Toward a Future Model Energy Code for Existing and Historic Buildings.” edited by Preservation Green Lab: National Trust for Historic Preservation, 2010.

Agency, U.S. Environmental Protection. “Characterization of Building-Related Construction and Demolition Debris in the United States.” 1998.

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Dunn, Liz. “The Granular City.” London School of Economics, 2011.

Miller, Jessica. “Pike Pine Conservation Overlay Study.” University of Washington, 2008.