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Tulane Alumnus and Advisory Boardmember Scott Paden AIA '81 awarded 2017 Artisanship Award

May 22, 2017

Last Thursday evening at Preservation Maryland's annual "Best of Maryland" event, Citadel DCA's project at the U.S. Naval Academy won the Artisanship Award for heritage contractor The Tower Company. Founder, John Tower accepted the award during the ceremony held at the College Park Air Museum, site of the world's oldest airport. The year long effort for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) involved the rehabilitation of the Academy's only surving 19th century buildings, a pair of guard houses flanking historic Gate III. Battle Creek Construction was the general contractor and Citadel DCA served as the preservation architects. Conservation Solutions were the project's conservators. Full Article HERE