Atriax, PLLC awarded The National Register Preservation Award for Adaptive Reuse - George L. Bailey House
Atriax's dedication to preserving the building's heritage while repurposing it for modern use showcases its commitment to preserving cultural and architectural treasures. Such initiatives not only breathe new life into old structures but also contribute to sustainable development and community enrichment.
The National Register Preservation Award for Adaptive Reuse recognizes outstanding people, projects, businesses, and organizations in the field of historic preservation. The strength of our awards program comes from the work of people who take the time to nominate deserving individuals, organizations, and projects that have made a difference in historic preservation.
Preservation awards like this one play a significant role in encouraging more individuals and organizations to engage in the preservation and adaptive reuse of historic landmarks. It's an acknowledgment of the hard work, attention to detail, and vision required to undertake successful restoration projects.
Congratulations to Atriax for their exceptional work, and may their success inspire others to follow in their footsteps in safeguarding our cultural heritage for generations to come.