One of our recently completed historic preservation projects, the Langdon, New Hampshire Meetinghouse has been selected by the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance to receive a 2016 Preservation Achievement Award for rehabilitation.
For over 25 years, the N.H. Preservation Alliance has been helping New Hampshire communities make important progress to save and revitalize critical historic landmarks, encourage investment in community development, and communicate the social and economic benefits of preservation. Their awards program offers a wonderful opportunity to honor the best recent work, showcase milestone preservation projects from the past, and continues to inspire others.
The Langdon Meetinghouse was originally constructed in 1803 and continues to add to its New Hampshire record setting number of years in continuous use for the annual town meeting. It is now 213 years running.
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