It was on a sun-drenched day in 2012 when CSSB District Manager Tony Bonura and Director of Operations Lynne Christensen paid a visit to the magnificent Lawson Tower. On approaching the town of Scituate, the structure looms ahead, dwarfing everything in sight. Lawson Tower is a project that really defies the ordinary. 153 feet tall at the tip of the wind-vane pole, it has 123 narrow, winding stairs, 240 squares of Certigrade® Western Red Cedar (WRC) shingles and 108 years of history. What once shielded a wealthy woman from an eyesore, is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Lawson Tower is both a famous landmark and a tourist attraction, known simply as “the most beautiful, most photographed, and most expensive Water Tower in the United States"(Courtesy Scituate Historical Society).