Epsilon’s Historic Preservation Group Receives Paul & Niki Tsongas Award
April 19, 2018
We are excited to announce that the members of Epsilon’s Historic
Preservation Group—Brian Lever, Brielly Allen, William Young,
Geoff Melhuish and Tonya Loveday—received Paul & Niki Tsongas
Awards at this year’s Preservation Massachusetts Awards dinner.
Named for the husband-and-wife Lowell politicians whose visionary
efforts spearheaded the revitalization of their historic hometown,
the Tsongas awards were first presented in 1988. Since that time,
they have honored the very best achievements in historic
preservation throughout the Commonwealth. For these, the
30th annual Tsongas awards, Preservation Massachusetts has
chosen to celebrate the Next Generation of preservation advocates and practitioners. In keeping with this theme, members of Epsilon’s group are being recognized as emerging leaders in the field, striving to integrate the Bay State’s wealth of historic resources into the economically vibrant and culturally rich communities of tomorrow.
Managing Epsilon’s Historic Preservation team is Doug Kelleher, Principal, a widely respected leader in the preservation community, and 2013 Tsongas Award recipient. Doug’s expertise has long been the cornerstone of Epsilon’s extensive historic preservation and historic tax-credit practice, and continues to guide the company’s next generation of preservation professionals.
Led by Doug, and with distinguished academic credentials and wide-ranging prior experience in both the public and private sectors, the members of Epsilon’s Historic Preservation team are able to devise inventive solutions to any given preservation challenge. As the awards attest, the team’s innovative work not only benefits the firm’s many clients: it is advancing the preservation movement itself!
The 2018 Tsongas awards were presented at Preservation Massachusetts’ Annual Dinner, held at Boston’s historic Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel on May 9th. For more information on the awards, please visit the Preservation Massachusetts website.