Hiram College’s Garfield Meeting House has been selected to receive a 2010 Preservation Award from the Cleveland Restoration Society and the American Institute of Architects, Cleveland and Akron. Restoration projects that are given these awards are recognized for making a significant, positive impact on Northeast Ohio through the preservation of our historic architectural resources.
Awards are given out in multiple categories including: storefront renovation, technical achievement in preservation, adaptive use, community revitalization and excellence in preservation.
This year the awards committee considered almost 20 nominations in many categories. The awards will be presented at the “Celebration of Preservation” at the Hanna Theatre on Thursday, May 20. Various members of the Meeting House’s restoration team plan to attend the event in order to be recognized.
The Meeting House’s nomination was sponsored by Gay Cull Addicott.