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  Paul McGinley honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

May, 2007: Paul McGinley AICP, founding Principal of McGinley Kalsow & Associates was honored with the John Codman Lifetime Achievement Award by the Boston Preservation Alliance on May 3rd. The award is bestowed annually and honors outstanding achievements in historic preservation.
Paul has a distinguished 40-years career of planning and preserving historic buildings, bridges and districts in the Boston area and across the country. He planned and administered the preservation and development of Newburyport’s Market Square Downtown Waterfront Project in the 1970’s, a pioneering preservation effort that established a national model for the revitalization of downtowns throughout the country. He developed creative plans for the preservation of historic districts and areas including the Miami Beach Art Deco District, South Norwalk and New London, Connecticut; Portland, Maine; Newport, Rhode Island; and Revere Beach; all award winners. The sensitive renovation of historic bridges, railroad structures and parkways is of keen interest to Paul, a civil engineer. He serves as the historic bridge consultant to the Alaska Railroad and developed concept plans to rehabilitate and reuse the historic Northern Avenue Bridge over Boston’s Fort Point Channel. Last year he was the recipient of the 2006 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Victorian Society of America, New England Chapter.
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