The Warren Historic Site is the center of Martinsburg, Maryland. A historic African American enclave, and one of the last sites in Maryland to retain all three of the structures that were the heart of flourishing African American communities of the late-nineteenth/early twentieth century - the 1914 Loving Charity Hall, the 1903 Warren United Methodist Church and the 1886 Martinsburg Negro School. The reconstruction of the Hall won awards for Outstanding Stewardship of a Maryland Historical Trust Easement Property and
Historic Preservation Award from
TJT Architects is currently working on the Rehabilitation of the Church and School.
Mt. Gilboa AME Church is the oldest active African American church in
Baltimore County, Maryland.
The present Mt. Gilboa was built in 1859 by free Black people as the replacement of an earlier log chapel. The lower level of the church served as a one-room school in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. The church is associated with Benjamin Banneker, the "First African American Man of Science." He was a free African American astronomer, mathematician, surveyor, almanac author and farmer, who is believed to have gone to school and worshiped in the site’s log chapel.
TJT Architects provided design and construction management over the exterior rehabilitation of the stone walls, windows and doors.
Montantverde, a 19th century farmhouse is located in the Seneca Historic Distict, Montgomery County, Maryland. The house was built between 1806 and 1812. In 1848, Abraham Lincoln stayed the night as a guest of the then-owner, Major George Peter. This site was selected for Endangered Maryland in 2013.
TJT Architects oversaw the restoration and additions to the house along with the adjacent tenant house.
The project won the County Executive award for Historic Preservation from
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