NPS architects Duane Bubac (left) and Gary Krysl from the Midwest Region office inspected the historic buildings with Robert Stemple, chief of maintenance of the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park, and Dean Alexander, park superintendent
NPS architects Duane Bubac (left) and Gary Krysl from the Midwest Region office inspected the historic buildings with Robert Stemple, chief of maintenance of the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park, and Dean Alexander, park superintendent

National Parks assessing Wright factory

In NAHA News /

Before the National Park Service can ask for funding to acquire the Wright Company factory site, it needs to know what it will cost to buy and hold the property for future restoration. It took the first steps to find out recently when NPS architects Duane Bubac (left) and Gary Krysl from the Midwest Region office inspected the historic buildings with Robert Stemple, chief of maintenance of the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park, and Dean Alexander, park superintendent. Next will be a more detailed study by NPS contractor Booz-Allen Hamilton.