Cincinnati Union Terminal wins Historic Preservation Award

The Ohio State Preservation Office has recognized our work on Cincinnati’s Union Terminal with a Merit Award.

Not only has Cincinnati Union Terminal been restored back to its original 1933 condition— including extensive work on its famous fountain—the museum-going experience has been re-imagined, making it easier for visitors to choose how to move through the space and engage with exhibits. We enlisted preservation architect John G. Waite Associates to help us carefully preserve Cincinnati Union Terminal’s past, and meticulously repair exterior and interior structural damage. The renovation also includes all new mechanical, electrical, plumbing, security, and data systems. Union Terminal’s museum spaces were able to remain open during much of the work thanks to the temporary entrance we designed.


You can read more about this nationally recognized project in our online case study here, or check out Preservation magazine’s feature story here.

To see the complete list of winning projects go here.