On June 8, the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia held their 23rd Annual Preservation Achievement Awards. BBA served as the MEP engineer for three projects for that received 2016 Grand Jury Awards, which celebrate the highest level of achievement in historic restoration for the built environment. The projects are: accessibility modifications in the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Beth Sholom Synagogue sanctuary in Elkins Park (John Milner Architects); Hamilton Mansion Cryptoporticus and North Terrace at The Woodlands in West Philadelphia (Mark B. Thompson Associates); and Trinity Church in Princeton (KSK Architects Planners Historians, Inc.). For more information click here.
At BBA, we are proud to contribute to the preservation and restoration of historic properties. With nine Grand Jury Award-winning projects in the past three years, we are eager to continue this work. We are also honored to be part of project teams guided by caring owners and talented architects working to ensure that the past glories of these beloved old buildings are preserved for future generations.