68th Carolopolis Award Winners Announced
preservation-admin , February 3, 2022
Since 1953, the Preservation Society of Charleston (PSC) has celebrated the very best of preservation in Charleston and the Lowcountry through the Carolopolis Award program. After nearly 70 years and more than 1,400 awards given, the Carolopolis Award has become as much a part of the fabric of the city as the buildings and structures it honors.
This year’s award winners represent a diverse array of projects. From a preserved brick ruin on Edisto Island, to a rehabilitated schoolhouse in the Officers’ Quarters National Register Historic District at the Charleston Navy Base, to the reimagined historic interior of the Charleston Visitor Center, this year’s 11 incredible award-winning projects represent the best of historic preservation across the Lowcountry.
These success stories demonstrate the value Charleston’s community places on historic preservation—and that is something the PSC is honored to highlight each year. Through the Carolopolis Awards program, individual property owners and project teams are recognized for going the extra mile to protect what makes Charleston special.