The Providence Preservation Society will celebrate outstanding work in historic preservation, design, and planning at an awards dinner on Thursday, November 21 at the Providence Public Library.
We welcome your help in identifying projects that have brought new life to buildings and neighborhoods in our historic city, and we look forward to celebrating fine examples of design, craftsmanship, and construction with you in November.
Detailed information on the nomination process and guidelines can be found here: 2019 Award Guidelines and Criteria. Nominations and submissions will be accepted via our online form through noon on Monday, September 23, 2019.
Interested in sponsoring the awards celebration? Please review our sponsorship opportunities, then contact Angela Kondon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 401-831-7440.
The Providence Public Library is a brilliant example of the American Renaissance style, with its recently restored 1954 Moderne addition fronting Empire Street. The original library was designed by esteemed Providence firm Stone, Carpenter & Willson in 1900 following a design competition. It is reminiscent of the Boston Public Library by McKim, Mead & White. Join us in November and be among the first to see the completed restoration work!