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 architectural rehabilitation

Rehabilitation is defined in the Parks Canada Standards and Guidelines for the conservation of Historic Places in Canada as the “sensitive adaptation of a historic place or of an individual component for a continuing or compatible contemporary use, while protecting its heritage value”.

RKH Architecture has extensive experience in the planning, design and construction administration of rehabilitation projects that allow the rehabilitation to be done while maintaining the heritage and historical value of the building and site.

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