Each May, Preservation Massachusetts recognizes the accomplishments of the individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to preserving the Commonwealth’s historic resources. This year’s Tsongas Awards Dinner – "Lights, Camera, Action!" – celebrated the architects, finance groups, legal advisors, preservation consultants, general contractors, environmental and structural engineers and property managers who carry out the complex work that goes into making preservation projects a reality.
Peabody Properties was honored for its recognition of the exceptional nature of historical sites and the role each plays within its community. The award acknowledges both the firm’s commitment to these unique historical structures and its team of experts who work diligently to preserve and protect the buildings which help tell the story of the Commonwealth.
According to Peabody Properties Principal and Chief Operating Officer, Melissa Fish-Crane, "It is deeply gratifying to be recognized along with such an impressive and diverse group of professionals. While each represents different disciplines, we are all dedicated to the preservation of our heritage here in Massachusetts. Peabody Properties will continue to work to safeguard these important and significant historic landmarks."
<em>Pictured, from left to right, are Jim Igoe, President of Preservation Massachusetts, Melissa Fish-Crane, Principal and COO of Peabody Properties, Karen Fish-Will, Principal and CEO of Peabody Properties, and Pam Bailey, Chair of Preservation Massachusetts Board of Directors.</em>