It's time to nominate your preservation project for a 2023 Preservation Achievement Award. You have until March 24 to submit your materials. (And since we know the architects in the crowds are dying to know, please submit by 11:59 pm)
There is no project too big or small. Projects of all scales and sizes have won in the past and include books, websites, podcasts, small carriage houses, and large hotels. Winning projects will be featured in a short film.
Read More and Nominate: https://www.bostonpreservation.org/news-item/now-accepting-nominations-2023-preservation-awards
And new this year, we are accepting nominated for our Codman Award for Lifetime Achievement.
The Codman Award for lifetime achievement, named for John Codman who established Boston’s first historic district (Beacon Hill) in 1955, recognizes outstanding and career-long contributions to preservation in Boston. These recipients have each, in their own way, protected, promoted, and preserved the character of the city. The Alliance is honored to recognize their commitment. Previous award winners include Judith Selwyn, Richard Bertman, Robert Campbell, Marita Rivero, Lydia Lowe, and many other local advocates.
Self-nominations are encouraged.
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