The New York State Department of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation has honored the Richardson Olmsted Campus and the Hotel Henry with the 2017 New York State Historic Preservation Award. The designation “recognizes excellence in the preservation and rejuvenation of New York State’s historic and cultural treasures.” On Thursday, December 7, Senior Principal Stephen Brockman accepted the award on our behalf at the New York State Museum in Albany. We were honored to work on this transformative project to return this monumental H.H. Richardson building to productive use. We collaborated with Flynn Battaglia Architects and Goody Clancy, and we share this honor with them. In addition, Hospitality Design magazine recently published the Hotel Henry. Brockman told the magazine that the project "offered the exciting opportunity to be a part of exploring a different reality for an amazing and historic property.” Read more here.
Richardson Olmsted Campus Receives the 2017 New York State Historic Preservation Award
December 11, 2017