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May 2014 -Concord's Town House undergoes Restoration
May 2014 -Northbridge Town Hall Recognized with 2014 MHC Award
May 2014 -First Parish Church in Dorchester recognized with Preservation Awards
January 2014 -Doug Manley Promoted to Associate
November 2012 -Successful Concert Series held at Needham Town Hall's Great Hall restored by MKA
June 2012 -Gasson Hall, BC Recognized with Multiple Design Awards
June 2012 -St. Ann's Church Recognized with Preservation Award
May 2012 -Provincetown Town Hall Recognized with Awards by VSA and IESNA
May 2012 -Provincetown Public Library Recognized with Preservation Award
May 2012 -Needham Town Hall Recognized With Multiple Awards
October 2011 -Restoring Provincetown's "Heartbeat"
September 2011 -Sandwich Town Hall Recognized with Accessibility Award
September 2011 -Gasson Hall: Back in Style (The Boston College Chronicle)
June 2011 -Historic Paul Revere Bell Relocated to Old South Meeting House
June 2011 - Georges Island Visitor Center Recognized with BPA Preservation Award
 
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
     
 
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McGINLEY KALSOW & ASSOCIATES, INC. is an award winning architectural and planning firm that specializes in the restoration and renovation of historic buildings and structures, compatible new additions and the planning and revitalization of historic areas.

Historic preservation enriches our architectural and cultural heritage by carefully preserving and restoring buildings, monuments and structures of historical significance in our cities and towns. Preservation contributes to the conservation of vibrant and culturally rich environments for future generations. Our philosophy, interpretation and approach to historic preservation is one that is faithful to the original architect’s design intent and is carefully developed with the client to meet current and future needs. We believe that by carefully preserving and restoring character defining features and creatively integrating modern systems and amenities, historic resources become vital and comfortable environments that enhance our productivity and quality of life.
 
     
           
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