Tagged as Six-to-Fix

International experts are nearing completion of structural repairs to the iconic smokestacks of the Phillips Packing House in Cambridge, Maryland visible all the way from Route 50.

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In 2016, Preservation Maryland announced the Pleasant View Historic Site in Montgomery County as one of the organization’s first Six-to-Fix projects and working with the site’s Trustees to complete essential repair work. In tandem, the Trustees and the broader Quince Orchard community continued to research the site’s special history, and hat awesome history is now being shared through a documentary called Finding Fellowship.

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Preservation Maryland is pleased to announce the new class of Six-to-Fix projects. The Six-to-Fix program is an innovative impact-focused effort designed to help provide real solutions to big preservation challenges across the state.

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One of the largest and most visible artifacts of the Baltimore Museum of Industry (BMI) is the WWII-era shipbuilding crane towering over the campus. In partnership with the BMI through our Six-to-Fix program, Preservation Maryland successfully advocated for state funds to repair and repaint the iconic crane.

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