2014 PRESERVATION ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
We are now accepting nominations for the 2014 Preservation Achievement Awards, which will be presented in May. Project nominations are due by Friday, February 28. You can find the nomination form by clicking here. Please contact Donovan Westover with any questions.
2013 PRESERVATION ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
Preservation Dallas presented the 14th Annual Preservation Achievement Awards on May 15th. Held at the recently completed Dallas City Performance Hall, attendees applauded outstanding development of Dallas’ historic buildings and places, as well as the people that contribute to the city’s history. The Awards Committee and our Master of Ceremony, Pauline Medrano, presented a wonderful event and reception.
The 2013 awards included a special tribute to the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza for their work in preserving one of the most recognized historic places in Dallas. Produced in partnership with YouPlus Dallas, we presented this video:
Preservation Dallas was pleased to present 2013 Preservation Achievement Awards to:
- C.R. Berry House/5414 Worth Street
- Bishop Mouzon House/3444 University Boulevard
- Fred A. Jones Estate/3900 Mockingbird Lane
- Michael F. Dougherty House/2619 Hibernia
- Highland Park United Methodist Church Sanctuary
- Dallas Coffin Company/Nylo Dallas South Side Hotel
- Magnolia Gas Station/902 Ross Avenue (Capriotti’s)
- Luna’s Tortilla Factory/Meso Maya Restaurant
- Stevens Parks Pavilion
- Dallas Power & Light Substation in Oak Cliff
- Woodrow Wilson High School
In addition, special recognition awards were presented for for contributions to preservation. Lindalyn Adams received the Dorothy Savage Award, Steve Clicque received the Craftsmanship Award, Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts (Turner House) received the Stewardship Award, Mark Doty received the Spirit of Preservation Award and ARCHITEXAS received the Gail Thoma Patterson Award.
To view descriptions of all of the award wining projects and people click here.
To view before and after images of the award wining preservation projects click here.
To view images of the special recognition award winners click here.
2012 PRESERVATION ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
Preservation Dallas presented the 13th Annual Preservation Achievement Awards on Wednesday May 16. Held at the historic Majestic Theatre, more than 300 attendees applauded outstanding development of Dallas’ historic buildings and places, as well as the people that contribute to the city’s history. The Awards Committee and our Master of Ceremony, Texas House of Representatives member Rafael Anchia, presented a wonderful event and reception.
The 2012 awards included a special tribute to the City of Dallas for their stewardship and vision for our great city, both past and present. Produced in partnership with YouPlus Dallas, we presented this video highlighting the City’s preservation initiatives:
Preservation Dallas was pleased to present 2012 Preservation Achievement Awards to:
- Dallas Area Rapid Transit Police Headquarters (Monroe Shops)
- Gloria’s Restaurant (Fire Station No. 15)
- Cottages of Eighth Street
- Hall of State Building at Fair Park
- U. S. Post Office and Courthouse (400 North Ervay)
- Interpretation Program at Fair Park
- 4519 Gaston Avenue
- First Unitarian Church
- 508 Park Avenue
- 500 South Ervay Street
In addition, special recognition awards were presented for contributions to preservation. Frances James received the Dorothy Savage Award, Francesco Costa and Cindy Maute received the Craftsmanship Award, Adamson High School Alumni Association and Eric Cowan received the Stewardship Award and Greenway Parks received the Neighborhood Achievement Award.