Oct. 10, 2006

2006 Historic Preservation Award for Adaptive Reuse – Grover P. Fowler House

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Atriax, PLLC has been awarded the Historic Preservation Award for Adaptive Reuse for the Grover P. Fowler House. Adaptive reuse is a process where old or historic buildings are renovated and repurposed for new uses while preserving their historical and architectural significance. It's a sustainable approach to revitalizing older structures and giving them a new lease on life.

Preservation organizations and local governments often recognize and celebrate exceptional examples of adaptive reuse through awards. These awards aim to promote best practices in historic preservation and showcase projects that contribute to the preservation of cultural heritage and the revitalization of communities.

As involved citizens of Hickory, NC, Atriax has been an integral part of local historic preservation activities.

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