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Two New Consultants Selected to Lead Battlefield Preservation Projects in Maryland

Posted 11/22/2020

As a part of Preservation Maryland’s Battlefield Preservation Campaign, the organization selected two consultants to lead projects in western and southern Maryland. Out of dozens of interested consultants, Communication Design Inc., a design firm based out of Richmond, Virginia, to complete a re-branding report for South Mountain Battlefield, one of the key recommendations from a recent stakeholder report, to visually define the area and confusing terrain as a historic battlefield and to help orient visitors and create a seamless visitor experience. Additionally, to complete an investigative report of Maryland’s largest Revolutionary War battlefiend at St. George(‘s) Island,  Kennon Williams Landscape Studio was selected as the lead consultant with two sub-consultants; the Washington College Center for Environment and Society and Barton Ross & Partners, LLC Architects.