Case Study: Georgia State Capitol
The State Capitol Commission was established by a 1993 resolution calling for the preparation of a preservation master plan for the State Capitol. It provided, for the first time, a central coordination mechanism for work to be done on this National Historic Landmark building, the symbol of the state's government and politics. The plan addressed the building's architecture, landscaping and uses, as well as its exhibits, art and other artifacts located inside the building.
The State Capitol Commission is dormant. The State Capitol is managed by the Georgia Building Authority.
"Restoration of the Georgia State Capitol: 1994-2007"
"State Capitol Restoration/Museum Collections"
Read the Georgia State Capitol article on the New Georgia Encyclopedia website
Georgia Capitol Museum