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The insurance industry has a broad database on costs of repairs and rehabilitation. On the other hand, what about “outlier” claims in which limited data is available or when other mitigating factors need to be addressed in the remediation? How are costs handled when a building is within a National Historic Landmark District?  There are more than 85,000 properties on the National Register of Historic Places, but fewer than 2,500 qualify for Landmark Status. This article focuses on one aspect of restoration – how to adequately address the restoration of historic windows on a public building after a significant fire loss.

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