Canine Fence Company

May 6, 2016
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Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation
2010 Built Environment Award
Canine Fence Company

AIA Connecticut
2010 Business Award
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The Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation has twice recognized Rob Sanders Architects projects in adaptive use design: in 2010 for the buildings and campus at Invisible Fence Company, and in 2005 with an award for Trackside at Dana House, Wilton’s Teen Center.

RSA also received an 2010 Business Award from AIA Connecticut for the Invisible Fence Company campus. His work has been published in This Old House, Renovation Style, New York Magazine and other national and local publications, and in the book “Suburban Renewal” by Tom Connor (Viking Studio, 2000).

Rob Sanders was presented two awards for the restoration and adaptive reuse of the 1840 William Nichols house and barn in Wilton, CT, plus relocation and adaptive use of two other local barns threatened with demolition.

The Built Environment Award recognizes outstanding preservation efforts of historically significant elements, including restoration or adaptive reuse of an historic building or structure, and sensitive additions to an historic building or structure.

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