Preservation Awards Help Keep SC History Alive

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – It’s an attempt to keep a part of South Carolina history alive. Today, Governor Nikki Haley presented nine Preservation Awards in the lower lobby of the State House. They recognize exceptional accomplishments in the preservation, rehabilitation and interpretation of state architectural and cultural heritage. Here’s a complete list of the award winners: The Governor‘s Award one space· Michael A. Allen (Mount Pleasant, S.C.) Elected Official Award one space· William Barnet III (Spartanburg, S.C.) Preservation Service Awards one space· The Horry County Board of Architectural Review (Horry County, S.C.) one space· Historic Columbia Foundation (Columbia, S.C.) Historic Preservation Honor Awards one space· Little Mountain Elementary School and McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture, LLC (School District of Little Mountain, Newberry County, S.C.) one space· Key Architecture, Inc. and Pearce Land Company in partnership with Irby Street Development (Old Florence Library, Florence County, S.C.) one space· Watson Tate Savory, Inc. and South Carolina State University (Lowman Hall, South Carolina State, Orangeburg, S.C.) one space· PMC Property Group and Garvin Design Group (Olympia Mills, Columbia, S.C.) one space· Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP, Celtic Works, Inc. and L. Edgard and Lee Lorick Prina (Preston C. Lorick House, Columbia, S.C.)

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