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National Historic Trust recognizes design school

Several firms were recognized Thursday by the National Trust for Historic Preservation for their work transforming the former Crown Cork and Seal Factory into the Baltimore Design School.

Seawall Development Company; Ziger/Snead Architects; Southway Builders; Henry Adams Consulting Engineers; Columbia Engineering; Ashton Design; and Lazarus Design Associates will all be recognized with the Driehaus Preservation award for their parts in the project.

“While each is unique, this year’s outstanding Driehaus Award winners all reflect the importance of protecting our nation’s cultural heritage,” said Stephanie Meeks, president of the National Trust for Historic Preservation said in a news release.