Plaza de Armas Building Rehabilitation

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Plaza de Armas Building (c. 1880) Plaza de Armas, San Antonio, Bexar Co. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark, National Register of Historic Places REHABILITATION AWARD Owner: City of San Antonio | Architect: Ford, Powell & Carson, Architects and Planners, Inc. The Plaza de Armas Building sits on San Antonio’s historic Military Plaza and is a set... More »

Austin Historic Cemeteries Master Plan

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Austin Historic Cemeteries Master Plan Oakwood Cemetery (1839), Oakwood Cemetery Annex (1914), Evergreen Cemetery (1928), Austin Memorial Park Cemetery (1927), Plummer Cemetery (c. 1898) Austin, Travis Co. National Register of Historic Places PRESERVATION PLANNING AWARD Owner: City of Austin | Architect: AmaTerra Environmental, McDoux Preservation, John Milner Associates Cemeteries are among the most valuable of historic... More »

Covert Monument Conservation

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Covert Monument (c. 1936) 3800 Mount Bonnell Road, Austin, Travis Co. National Register of Historic Places CONSERVATION MERIT AWARD Owner: City of Austin | Conservator: Silver Lining Art Conservation, Bartlett Stone Carving and Vault Fine Art Services Original Builder/Craftsman: Anton Stasswender In 2008, the Covert Monument broke to pieces. The monument lay broken for seven... More »

Sam Bell Maxey House Conservation

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Sam Bell Maxey House (c. 1868) 812 South Church Street, Paris, Lamar Co. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark, National Register of Historic Places CONSERVATION MERIT AWARD Owner: Texas Historical Commission | Architect: Quimby McCoy Preservation Architecture, LLP The conservation of the Sam Bell Maxey House in Paris, Texas is the continuation of work started in the... More »

Kiest Park Pergola Reconstruction

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Kiest Park Pergola (c. 1934) 3080 South Hampton Road, Dallas, Dallas Co. RECONSTRUCTION AWARD Owner: City of Dallas | Architect: Norman Alston Architects Original Designer/Architect: Wynne B. Woodruff, Landscape Architect When a structure is a crucial part of public place and that structure disappears, it is appropriate to rebuild it as it once was, as... More »

Sulphur Springs Post Office Rehabilitation

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Sulphur Springs Post Office (c. 1912) 202 North Davis Street, Sulphur Springs, Hopkins Co. REHABILITATION AWARD Owner: City of Sulphur Springs | Architect: ARCHITEXAS | Contractor: KBL Restoration Original Designer/Architect: James Knox Taylor An excellent example of neoclassical architecture designed by James Knox Taylor, one of the most prolific supervising architects in U.S. history, the... More »

M&L Transfer and Storage Warehouse

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M&L Transfer & Storage Warehouse (c. 1916) 202 South Arthur Street, Amarillo, Potter Co. Federal Tax Credits REHABILITATION AWARD Owner: Davidson Oil Co. | Architect: Charles Lynch, AIA Amarillo is a railroad town and there are many fine warehouses along the rail corridors. The M&L Transfer & Storage Warehouse is one such structure. M&L is... More »

Knights of Pythias Hall Rehabilitation

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Knights of Pythias Hall (c. 1903) 302 North Esplanade, Cuero, DeWitt Co. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark, National Register of Historic Places, National Register District REHABILITATION AWARD Owner: Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum | Architect: Fisher Heck Architects Original Designer/Architect: James Wahrenberger For Cuero, Texas, a community of 7,004 citizens, the Knights of Pythias Hall with its... More »

Quiroz House Rehabilitation

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Quiroz House (c. 1897) 2518 Church Street, Galveston, Galveston Co. REHABILITATION AWARD Owner: Mary Quiroz | Architect: Ford, Powell & Carson, Architects and Planners, Inc. and Mainstream Architects, Inc. Original Builder/Craftsman: Peter John Vautrin In 2008 Hurricane Ike struck Galveston Island. Relief money poured into the island in the form of repair and rehabilitation programs.... More »

Ellis Alley Enclave Rehabilitation

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Ellis Alley Enclave (c. 1885-1918) San Antonio, Bexar Co. REHABILITATION AWARD Owner: VIA Metropolitan Transit | Architect: Ford, Powell & Carson, Architects and Planners, Inc. and Mainstream Architects, Inc. The Ellis Alley Enclave, a group of three modest houses in San Antonio’s Near East Side, is the last remnant of the city’s original urban Freedom... More »