The Construction History Society of America is monitoring the ongoing public health situation and will follow all recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO) and Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
The health and safety of our conference attendees is of paramount importance to us.
CHSA BOARD RECENTLY VOTED TO POSTPONE OUR 7th BIENNIAL ONE MORE YEAR
AND MEET FACE-TO-FACE IN SPRING 2022.
THE LOCATION of our 7th BIENNIAL CONFERENCE ON CONSTRUCTION HISTORY
WILL BE DETERMINED IN THE NEXT FEW MONTHS.
Look for a new CALL FOR ABSTRACTS this fall!
CHSA's webinar series "and Other Tales of Construction History" continues...
LOOK FOR MORE EPISODES THIS FALL! - MORE INFORMATION
If you have any questions, concerns or recommendations,
please contact Melanie Feerst at email@example.com or 847.894.3589.
The Construction History Society of America
The Construction History Society of America (CHSA) is dedicated to the study of the history of construction and the evolution of all aspects of the built environment including its creation, maintenance and management. It is a forum for scholars and professionals in the fields of construction history and the built environment to engage, share and exchange ideas and research.
The organization is unique in that it embraces multi-disciplinary perspectives to better understand the effects of heritage of building on contemporary and future societies. CHSA members share a passion for examining the complexities of how buildings, industrial works, civil engineering and infrastructure projects have been contrived and realized since the dawn of human activity.
Membership runs January thru December and annual dues include membership in CHSA and the Construction History Society (CHS).
EVENTS and WEBINARS
CHSA members gather yearly for conferences and CHSA has in vitiated a new Webinar Series: "...and Other Tales of Construction History"
CHSA's Newsletter and journal Construction History, published by the Construction History Society in the United Kingdom.
The Construction History Society of America is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) corporation.
Construction History Society of America
Melanie Feerst, Executive Director
427 W. Judd St.
Woodstock, IL 60098