Recommendation/Change since last report:
The following tasks have been identified as necessary for the preservation of significant resources: stabilization of Redoubt 4, stabilization of Romans Battery Magazine, Stabilization of Queensboro Furnace, Flirtation Walk rehabilitation, Redoubts 1 and 2 Viewing Platforms and Stabilization, Kosziuzkos Garden Rehabilitation, Warner House Window Treatment, Stabilization of Redoubts 5,6, and 7 on Constitution Island, Stabilization of Battery Miegs and Redoubt Wyllis and associated battery, stabilization of River Batteries at Constitution Island, rehabilitation of ordnance compounds, stabilization of Chain Battery, stabilization of Warner House foundation, preservation and stabilization repairs at Fort Putnam, waterfront rehabilitation, and family housing rehabilitations. Because of staff constraints and the requirement for close supervision of these projects, projects must be phased over several fiscal years. Phasing has been established based upon levels of deterioration and anticipated loss of distinguishing characteristics displayed by the resources. Budgetary estimates for this work have been developed based on preservation and stabilization efforts currently underway for Redoubts 1 and 2 and their associated batteries.