Congregation Mickve Israel

Location; Savannah, Georgia Size - 25,000 sf

The Sanctuary of this historic congregation is the second oldest in the United States (1896).  It underwent a complete restoration and refurbishment including new heating and air conditioning, sound systems and restored interiors. The 1960’s “nonconforming” addition to the historic Sanctuary building was demolished to make way for a new expanded facility that more closely resembled the historic architecture of the original sanctuary structure and its surroundings. The addition included a new social hall, museum, gift shop, offices, library, meeting rooms, classrooms and lobby that joined the old to the new.

Historic Savannah Foundation Award
Preservation Award Architecture 2003

American Institute Of Architecture Honor Award 2003
Chesapeake Bay Chapter

Award Of Excellence For Historic Renovations
Over Two Million Dollars 2004