invites your applications for the
2015 Pennsylvania Historic Preservation Awards
Pennsylvania's Historic Preservation Awards continue a tradition started in 1979 to honor excellence in preservation. The annual awards recognize significant contributions in the field of historic preservation made by both individuals and organizations.
The awards are presented annually by Preservation Pennsylvania, the Commonwealth's only statewide not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving Pennsylvania's historic places through creative partnerships, targeted educational and advocacy programs, and advisory assistance.
The Pennsylvania Historic Preservation Award categories include
Initiative Awards in the areas of Community Involvement; Communications; Education; Local Government; Stewardship; and Emergency Response
Construction Awards honoring outstanding preservation, restoration, or rehabilitation projects and/or pre-construction documentation, technical innovation and achievement in these areas: Residential; Commercial/Industrial; Public/Institutional; Special Historic Properties
Special Focus Awards such as Sustainability in Historic Preservation; Preservation Planning; Leadership in State Government and State Issues; or Grassroots Advocacy; or the Ralph Modjeski Award for Excellence in Transportation Design, Preservation, or Archaeology
Click here for this year's Awards Application Brochure
Do you know of a worthy project? Please share the information with others!
We look forward to reading your submissions and sharing them with this year's panel of judges.
Questions? Contact Sabra Smith, SSmith@preservationpa.org
Award Application Deadline is Monday, May 11, 2015
The awards luncheon will take place Friday, September 25, 2015Click here for the library of past Pennsylvania Historic Preservation Awards
2014 Pennsylvania Historic Preservation Awards
| At left, above: John A. Martine and Peter Benton from the Board of Preservation Pennsylvania present the F. Otto Haas Award to Paul Heberling (center); at right (top) Easton Mayor Salvatore Panto, Jr., accepts the Henry A. Jordan Award from John A. Martine and Representative Bob Freeman; (bottom) Page Thomas and Rikke Foulke accept the Chairman's Award from John A. Martine on behalf of the Society to Preserve the Millvale Murals of Maxo Vanka.
Pennsylvania Historic Preservation Awards continue a tradition since 1979
whereby excellence in preservation is recognized and honored.
Presented each September by Preservation Pennsylvania, the annual awards recognize significant contributions in the field of historic preservation made by both individuals and organizations. Recognition encompasses the categories of preservation initiatives, construction and archaeology projects. Pennsylvania's highest honor, the F. Otto Haas Award, is given in recognition of outstanding contributions to preservation made by an individual or group.
We were delighted to honor extraordinary leadership, community involvement, innovation, sustainability, and dedication to historic preservation exemplified by the 2014 recipients of the Pennsylvania Historic Preservation Awards
The 2014 award luncheon was held on Friday, September 26, 2014 at the Ballroom, Ellis Hall, Juniata College
1700 Moore Avenue, Huntingdon, PA.
Many thanks to our
PRESERVATION AWARDS LIBRARY
Listings of all Pennsylvania Historic Preservation Awards winners since 2003 may be found by year using the links below.