VALDOSTA, Ga. (WTXL)--Valdosta State University receives a big honor from the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation.
The university is a recipient of a 2015 excellence in rehabilitation award for its McKey-Seago House project.
“We are proud of this statewide recognition, as it showcases our dedication to historic properties on campus,” said Alan Sanderson, architect and assistant director of the Office of Facilities Planning at VSU. “VSU recognized the historic significance of the McKey-Seago House as a connection to the original fabric of the city and chose to invest in this rehabilitative effort to ensure the building's lasting legacy."
VSU acquired the McKey-Seago House in 1995. It's on Patterson Street. It's the current home of the university's social equity office.