The Baltimore City Department of General Services and The Peale Center will receive a Stewardship Award from Preservation Maryland for their joint undertaking to repair and rejuvenate ca. 1814 Peale Museum in the heart of Baltimore City. Accepting the award at the Best of Maryland Awards in May will be representatives from the Baltimore City Department of General Service, The Peale Center, SM+P Architects, Ruff Roofers, and C&H Restoration.
Today, as flames engulfed the priceless and storied towers of the Cathedral at Notre Dame in Paris, France, the world looked on in horror. Social media exploded with gripping images of the conflagration and millions of voices across the globe lamented the loss.
In September 2017, Governor Hogan established the Commission on the Future of the Pikesville Armory with the purpose of consulting with Pikesville community members and other persons with relevant expertise on future uses for the historic Pikesville Armory. Now, the project team led by Mahan Rykiel Associates is facilitating a community visioning process to develop a menu of reuse possibilities for the Armory.
Hagerstown residents, Doug and Kristy Carroll have returned the hightly-detailed Hagerstown Firehouse No. 3 to an architectural beacon along the town’s Main Street. The Carrolls and Wagner Roofing Company will be recognized for their attention to detail in the structure’s recent rehabilitation with a Stewardship Award during Preservation Maryland’s Best of Maryland Awards in May.