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.
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.
Historic St. Mary’s City utilized the unique duplex structure of the ca. 1840 Brome Slave Cabin to interpret the experience of enslaved people before and after the Civil War. Preservation Maryland is pleased to recognize this project and exhibit with a Community Choice Award at our annual Best of Maryland Awards in May.
Each year during Preservation Month in May, Preservation Maryland recognizes the people, projects, and places that exemplify and advance our statewide movement at our Best of Maryland awards. This year, we’re pleased to present our Smart Growth Excellence Award for the first time and award multiple Stewardship Awards to public and private property owners. Congratulations to this year’s awardees!