Architecture and planning faculty to lead grant projects

By Staff

Kat Vlahos and Christopher Koziol of the University of Colorado Denver’s College of Architecture and Planning are co-principle investigators on two grant projects:

  • The Colorado State Historical Fund awarded $88,708 for the Colorado Rural Preservation Education Project (CRPEP), a pilot partnership between the Center of Preservation Research and Colorado Preservation Inc. The project is designed to survey and document the working historic landscapes of rural Colorado, while providing an experiential learning opportunity for graduate students in the college through internships and class work.
  • The National Park Service (NPS) awarded $48,000 for the Heritage Programs Partnership Digital Documentation Project, partnering with the university to create a digital documentation project at one nationally significant site within the Intermountain Region, which will be selected with input by NPS and the university. The purpose of the project is to build upon the knowledge learned through the earlier digital documentation projects and to further explore, identify and refine the appropriate digital documentation technologies for specific resource types, e.g. archaeological resources, simple structures, multiplane complexes.