Stewart Library Building project receives 2017 Honor Award from Maine Preservation

Stewart Library Building project team receives a 2017 Maine Preservation Honor Award L to R: Tyler Weymouth, Kris Foraker, Ellen Angel, Paul Becker, Serena Bemis-Goodall, Steven Burton, Greg Paxton, Ken Dow, Karl Ward, Tim Rich, Scott Homer, Michael Pullen

Maine Preservation is a statewide historic preservation organization, based in Yarmouth, working to promote and preserve historic places and strengthen the cultural and economic vitality of Maine communities. In a ceremony at the Portland Country Club in Falmouth on November 7, 2017 Maine Preservation presented Honor Awards to sixteen projects from across Maine. One of these Honor Awards, which celebrate outstanding examples of historic preservation and revitalization statewide, was presented to the recent project to repair, upgrade, and preserve the Stewart Library Building in Corinna.

The photo above shows members of the project team accepting the award. This group includes representatives of:
Nickerson & O’Day, Inc., Brewer, Construction Manager as Constructor on the project
Ames Associates, LLC, Bangor, Architects
Becker Structural Engineers, Portland, Engineering consultant and designer for the clock tower repair
Town of Corinna, property owner
Stewart Library Building Preservation Group, Corinna
Knowles Industrial Services Corporation, Gorham, Masonry and exterior repair contractor

2 Comments on "Stewart Library Building project receives 2017 Honor Award from Maine Preservation"

  1. What a wonderful honor for our community and those involved in the Stewart Library Preservation project.

  2. Mark and Jane Quimby Biscoe | November 8, 2017 at 4:08 pm | Reply

    Warmest congratulations to all on the honor bestowed on November 7th !!!! Well deserved !!!

    Mark and Jane Quimby Biscoe
    Brunswick, ME

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