Truant receives a fourth award for the Park Street Church project

On October 21, the Park Street Church was awarded a Boston Preservation Achievement Award from the Boston Preservation Alliance.

Truant has received many awards for our contributions to historic restoration, environmental awareness, and focus on accessible design—but this award is really exciting because it is a record fourth for the Park Street Church project.

In May 2007, Truant began the pre-construction phase for restoration, renovation, and accessibility improvements at the historic Park Street Church next to Boston Common. After two phases of construction were completed, the PSC community had a beautifully restored, structurally sound, and welcoming home just in time for their Christmas Eve service in 2009.

Truant is honored most by the feedback we’ve received from members of the church congregation, but the awards are also very gratifying. Thanks to Park Street Church and Mills Whitaker Architects for their important roles in bringing Park Street Church into full accessibility while preserving the historic beauty that makes this building a Boston landmark.

2010 Boston Preservation Achievement Award, Boston Preservation Alliance

2010 Preservation Award, Massachusetts Historical Commission

2009 Build New England Award, Associated General Contractors

2009 William D. Smith Award, Accessible Design and Historic Preservation

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