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ARCH ITEC TURE PRESER VATION


Preservation is a balanced combination of head & heart. The head may hold the technical knowledge but the heart tells us why we’re drawn to preserve the past. Good preservation is also a matter of understanding the history of people & places. A project is never simply about preserving a structure or a site. Rather, our efforts preserve the character & spirit of a place & the people who have inhabited it.

ARCHITECTURE FOR PRESERVATION PROVIDING THOUGHTFUL, RESPECTFUL, CREATIVE DESIGN SOLUTIONS


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F IRST B APTIST SCHO OL, 2 4 W AT E R S T RE E T c.1910


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T H E MA RSHLANDS HO USE c .1810


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NA T CH EZ N ATIO NAL HISTO RIC AL P ARK


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J O S I A H SMITH TENNENT HO US E c.1859


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U NI TED STATES CUSTOM H OUS E c.1879


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O L D E X CH ANG E & P R O VO S T DUN G E ON c.1771


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F O RT SU MTER NATIONAL M ON UM E N T


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CH RI STI A NS TED NATIONAL H IS T ORIC S IT E


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U S C B EAU FO R T CO LLEG E BUILDIN G c .1852


Tony Youmans Director The Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon

Steven Denbow Project Architect U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Southeast Region

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Rene Cote Senior Project Manager National Park Service, Southeast Region

S O U ND BI TES


"Liollio was a pleasure to work with. Their professionalism, expertise and attention to detail is admirable. I appreciated their ability to explain the nuances of preservation to me and my staff. Also, the Old Exchange Commission appreciated their excellent communication of the project goals, which brought great clarity to the continued preservation of the Old Exchange Building." "We’ve had the opportunity to work with the Liollio Architecture team over the last four years now. Without a doubt, they have been one of the most creative, technically competent and responsive teams that we have contracted with. Whether we need master plans, full designs with complete construction documents, schematic designs, building assessments, project phasing plans or more, they have always gone above and beyond to meet the scope of services and the timelines of their Task Orders. We have thoroughly enjoyed working with them and would highly recommend their services to any other agency." " Final documents have been reviewed and approved by myself and the park. I want to commend Liollio Architecture for excellent service and support for this project."


FIRST BAPTIST SCHOOL c.1910 (24 WATER STREET) Charleston SC Photographer: Jay White

THE MARSHLANDS HOUSE c.1810 Charleston SC Photographer: Jay White

NATCHEZ NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK Natchez MI Photographer: Geoff Mohney

PROJECT LISTING

JOSIAH SMITH TENNENT HOUSE c.1859 Charleston SC Photographer: Brian Dressler

I N ORDER OF AP P EAR ANCE


UNITED STATES CUSTOM HOUSE c.1879 Charleston SC Photographers: Rick Rhodes & Alex Liollio

OLD EXCHANGE & PROVOST DUNGEON c.1771 Charleston SC Photographer: Rick Rhodes

FORT SUMTER NATIONAL MONUMENT Charleston SC Photographer: Geoff Mohney

CHRISTIANSTED NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE Christiansted, St. Croix Island, USVI Photographer: Jim Millard

USC BEAUFORT COLLEGE BUILDING c.1852 Beaufort SC Photographer: Rick Rhodes

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