UNICO In The News
“We are pleased to announce that we have once again renewed our partnership with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the leading preservation organization in the United States, working every day to save important places, spark economic development, revitalize communities, encourage sustainable development, and create American jobs. We have been a proud partner of the National Trust since 2002, and have provided our industry-leading Unico System HVAC equipment for several of the organization’s projects, including the restoration of President Lincoln’s Cottage in Washington, DC. We have worked on many important restorations of significant national landmarks including the Mark Twain House, Booker T. Washington House, and the Harry S. Truman Little White House.” You can read the case studies by visiting our website at www.unicosystem.com/historicapps
“Unico’s expertise has been critical to the sensitive restoration and improved energy efficiency of historic homes and sites across the country,” said Richard Moe, president of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. “The National Trust is grateful to Unico for its generous support and looks forward to continuing this long-standing partnership.”
“Unico is very proud of our partnership with the National Trust for Historic Preservation,” said Shawn Intagliata, President, Unico, Inc. “Our goals are the same—to help preserve the places where history is made, which in turn helps to revitalize neighborhoods and communities where we live and work.”
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