Boston – At the recent Annual PRISM Awards Gala, held virtually this year, BRAGB (Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston) presented O’Sullivan Architects, Inc. with three PRISM Awards.
The firm received two Gold awards for the Ocean Edge Estates restoration project at a seaside mansion estate property in Swampscott, Mass.
The Ocean Edge Estates was a unique opportunity to restore a rare seaside property with a 100-year-old mansion and carriage house, in disrepair. The goal was to transform the property into a luxury 55+ community with views of the ocean and the Boston skyline. The old tennis courts became the site for an additional unit. The sea wall was rebuilt, and designs reviewed by the Historical Commission before any work on the property. Small additions allowed the Carriage House to become a modern home, and the mansion to be converted to four luxury townhouses.
The A. J. Letizio Enterprise Center project, which includes the corporate headquarters for A. J. Letizio Sales & Marketing company in Windham, N.H., earned a Silver award.
The A.J. Letizo Enterprise Center was a fulfillment of the client’s vision for a vibrant hub where employees and clients could convene, train, demonstrate and develop new concepts. As a professional sales and marketing agency serving the food and non-food industry throughout the nation, the program was carefully planned with elements that reflect the roots of the family business. The owner also wanted to recognize the history of the nearby Searles Castle, a Tudor manor historic to Windham.
“During these challenging times, relying heavily on remote working, our team was thrilled to have been able to earn these awards from the judges,” said David H. O’Sullivan, president of O’Sullivan Architects, Inc.