“Adaptive Preservation” article by Ray Gastil on two iconic Pittsburgh structures

Ray Gastil writes on the Adaptive Preservation of two iconic Pittsburgh structures, a 1920s distribution building, the Produce Terminal in the Strip District, and the 1940s steel plant building, Mill 19, in Hazelwood Green in Hazelwood, discussing the process of adapting historic structures as part of contemporary programs in the context of the public realm. In Preservation Education and Research (PER) 2021.IMG_9403 IMG_1467