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Phoenix Construction Group Wins 2009 Environmental Preservation Award

Phoenix Construction Group proudly accepted the coveted 2009 Environmental Preservation Award for Bell Tower Place condominium project.

The annual awards program is organized and presented by the Watertown Historical Commission.

The Watertown Historical Commission was established in 1985 to preserve, protect, and advocate for the Town’s historical or archaeological resources. Their responsibilities include implementing the Demolition Delay Ordinance, researching places of historic or archaeological value, educational outreach to the community, building upon the base of historic knowledge already in existence, and establishing long-lasting protection of these resources for future generations. The Commission cooperates with the Massachusetts Historical Commission and the State Archaeologist and renders opinions and recommendations to the Town Council, Town departments, and the public.

The Environmental Preservation Award is given to an individual, group, or project associated with the betterment of any property within Watertown which exercises techniques that restore the property of active community or private uses and or displays a beautification to any property which had previously fallen into disrepair or neglect. 

To see the project in it's entirety, visit www.belltowerplacecondos.com

Posted on Thursday, June 25, 2009 at 09:21AM by Registered CommenterDani Chedid | CommentsPost a Comment | References2 References

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