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Harrisburg expansion project receives Historic Preservation Award

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May 2019 – The Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency (PHFA), Murray Associates Architects P.C.  and Reynolds Construction were honored by the Historic Harrisburg Association with a Preservation Award. The Hickock Mansion– 201 N. Front St., was preserved by PHFA as a signature part of its expanded headquarters campus at Front & Locust streets. This project is designed for Platinum LEED and Passive House Standards, being the only building of its kind on the East Coast. 

The Celebratory event was held at Harrisburg’s historic J. Donald Cameron Mansion.  Governor Tom Wolf was in attendance to show his support of Harrisburg Historic Association’s “promotion of historic preservation, urban revitalization and smart growth since 1973.” PHFA’s Executive Director Brian Hudson, Mike Kosick and Steve Moses accepted the Preservation award. Benedict Dubbs, Principal of Murray Associates Architects and Todd Buzzard of Reynolds Construction represented the design and construction team.

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