Richardson Olmsted Campus Recognized with Excellence in Historic Preservation Award
We are proud to announce that our team’s hard work on the Richardson Olmsted Campus has been recognized with the Preservation League of New York State’s prestigious Excellence in Historic Preservation Award. The League’s statewide awards program honors notable achievements in retaining, promoting, and reusing New York’s historic resources.
Together with Deborah Berke Partners and Flynn Battaglia Architects, Goody Clancy worked on the adaptive re-use of the former Buffalo State Hospital. Goody Clancy served as Preservation Architect for the exterior envelope restoration of the Towers Administration Building and two adjoining buildings, which together houses a hotel, conference center, and the Buffalo Architecture Center. Specifically, Jean Carroon and Jill Verhosek’s leadership led to the team’s successful results.
The award will be presented at the Preservation League’s Awards Ceremony in New York City on May 9th at the historic New York Yacht Club. Learn more about the event and other award winners here.
Learn more about the project here.