Phoenix’s Franklin School wins state preservation award
The non-profit Arizona Preservation Foundation and the State Historic Preservation Office, in conjunction with the Governor’s Office, announced the winners of the 2008 Governor’s Heritage Preservation Honor Awards at a luncheon ceremony at the Sixth Annual Statewide Historic Preservation Partnership Conference, “Preservation on the Line.” Each year, 10 awards are given to individuals, businesses, organizations, and projects in recognition of outstanding achievements in preserving Arizona’s prehistoric and historic patrimony. This year’s Honor Award winners are:
- Brunenkant Bakery Building, Florence
- Central Commercial Company Building, Kingman
- City of Glendale’s Department of Planning
- Curley School, Ajo (Grand Award)
- Franklin Police and Fire High School, Phoenix
- James A. Walsh Federal Building, Tucson
- McCullough-Price House Restoration, Chandler
- Noel Stowe, Arizona State University
- Santa Cruz County Courthouse, Nogales
- Tohono O’odham Nation Cultural Affairs Office
A panel of judges representing the fields of archaeology, architecture, history, and preservation, as well as a representative from the Governor’s Office, selected the winners from nominations submitted from across the state. Click here for more details and photos of this year’s award recipients. To view past Honor Award recipients, click here.
Posted on July 15, 2008, in Architecture, Historic Preservation, Sustainability and tagged Adaptive reuse, Ajo, Arizona Preservation Foundation, Arizona State University, Brunenkant Bakery Building, Central Commercial Company Building, Chandler, Curley School, Florence, Franklin Police and Fire High School, Glendale, James A. Walsh Federal Building, Janet Napolitano, Kingman, McCullough-Price House, Noel Stowe, Nogales, Phoenix, Santa Cruz County Courthouse, State Historic Preservation Office, Tohono O’odham Nation, Tucson. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.