Webb Farmhouse and Maria Hall have won historic preservation awards from Preservation Pennsylvania, a statewide non-profit dedicated to the protection of historically and architecturally significant resources. Preservation and renovation design for the 18th century Webb Farmhouse, which received the Historic Preservation Initiative Award for Stewardship, was by John Milner Architects. The two-story structure, located within the Meadow Garden at Longwood Gardens, now serves as an interpretive center and exhibit for indigenous flora and fauna and historic artifacts. Maria Hall, part of Villa Joseph Marie High School in Holland, Pa., received the Historic Preservation Construction Project Award for Residential Properties. Damaged by a fire several years ago, its restoration was led by the firm of Daniel T. Campbell, AIA. Constructed in 1860 as a house, it is now used by the high school for offices, meetings and events. BBA served as MEP engineer on both projects, which also received Grand Jury Awards from the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia. Additional information about each project can be found at Webb Farmhouse, Maria Hall, Longwood Gardens and Villa Joseph Marie High School.