fbpx
published on December 6, 2016 - 1:19 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff
Community-minded individuals and organizations that have completed projects aimed at restoring or preserving Fresno’s rich history are being recognized before the Fresno City Council Dec. 15 as recipients of the City’s 2016 Historic Preservation awards.

 

Today, Fresno city, Mayor Ashley Swearengin announced the following winners who will be honored:

Outstanding Rehabilitation of a Residential Property: Steve Walter for the restoration of the circa 1902 American Foursquare style home located at 934 E. Mildreda; and AFREI LLC for the restoration of the circa 1902 Neoclassical cottage located at 1320 P Street.

Adaptive Reuse of a Historic Property: Jake Soberal, Will Dyck and Henderson Architectural Group for the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of the James Phelan Building (1914, HP#159) at 700 Van Ness for Bitwise South Stadium.

Outstanding Rehabilitation of a Non-Residential Property: Reza Assemi for the restoration of the PGE (Theatre 3) Building (1926, HP#164).

Best in-fill building project: Terance Frazier, Marvin Armstrong, Kiel Schmidt and the Fresno Housing Authority for 541 at South Tower.

Community Preservation Award, individual: three individuals recognized for their contributions to their respective neighborhoods or communities include Patricia Haun (South Van Ness Industrial District), John Walker (The Fresno Bee) and Tim Schulz (Revive Industries).

Community Preservation Award, group: The City’s Historic Preservation “Swat Team” (Howard Lacy, Jesse Morrison and Kevin Watkins); and Edward Smith and the Fresno County Bicycle Coalition, for their co-sponsorship since 2005 of Bike Through History.

Horizon Award: Christopher Rocha for his website and advocacy for the preservation of the Hotel Fresno.

The Russell and Pat Fey Memorial Preservationist of the Year Award: Robert Boro, landscape architect, for leadership and support of numerous historic and cultural causes over the past 25 years.


e-Newsletter Signup

Our weekly poll

Do you support economic sanctions against Turkey over its assault in Syria?

Loading ... Loading ...

Central Valley Biz Blogs

shares