Nitsch Engineering, a multi-disciplined engineering and land surveying firm, is pleased to announce that ten of their projects recently received awards. Seven Nitsch Engineering projects were awarded Preservation Achievement Awards from the Boston Preservation Alliance (BPA), while three projects were awarded Excellence Awards from the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP).
BPA (http://www.bostonpreservation.org) bestows the Preservation Achievement Awards on an annual basis, to honor outstanding achievements in historic preservation and compatible new construction in Boston. Seven out of the twelve 2011 Award winners were Nitsch Engineering projects: 90 Smith Street – Basilica Court in Mission Hill, Boston Renaissance Charter School in Hyde Park, Fan Pier Public Green in South Boston, Georges Island Visitor Center in the Boston Harbor, Modern Theatre in Downtown Boston, Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and The Watermill Lofts at Lower Mills in Dorchester.
SCUP (http://www.scup.org) recognizes excellence in planning, design, and implementation efforts of firms and institutions through their Excellence Awards program. The 2011 recipients included three Nitsch Engineering projects: Brandeis University for the Carl J. Shapiro Science Center, Brown University for the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, and University of Virginia for The Dell.