Preservation Achievement Awards

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The 2014 Preservation Achievement Awards will be presented on May 13, 2014 at the Concord City Auditorium.

We welcome this opportunity to recognize outstanding projects and people while inspiring others,” said the Preservation Alliance’s Executive Director Jennifer Goodman.  The 2014 will be announced in a program starting at 4:45 p.m. To celebrate the 25th year of the awards, teams from the over 190 winning projects have been invited to return to this year's ceremony and the program will also feature past winners and a presentation of highlights from past awards.

Last year’s awards included the restoration of a cobbler shop in Dunbarton, the revitalization of the Newmarket Mills, the restoration of the Milton Town House, and the creation of a documentary film on the Washington, NH meetinghouse. In previous years, the Preservation Alliance has presented awards for PSNH’s and PC Connection’s renovations of historic buildings for corporate headquarters, the restoration of the Acworth Meetinghouse, Gorham Town Hall and the Gregg Free Library in Wilton, the rescue of Daniel Webster Farm in Franklin and the Wentworth-by-the-Sea hotel in New Castle, residential property revitalizations by NeighborWorks Greater Manchester, the re-use of the Plymouth Railroad Station, the proactive policies of the Lighthouse Kids, Gunstock Mountain Resort and Gunstock Mountain Historic Preservation Society, and the Troy, Moultonborough and Goffstown heritage commissions.

Register here. Or call 603-224-2281 with any questions.

 This year’s award program is sponsored by Sheehan, Phinney, Bass + Green, Preservation Company, North Branch Construction, Inc., Elizabeth Durfee Hengen Preservation Consultant and CMK Architects, P.A.

 The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance is the statewide membership organization dedicated to preserving historic buildings, communities and landscapes through leadership, education and advocacy. Current priorities include providing assistance to community leaders and promoting the use of easements, barn preservation and tax incentives.