The 16th Annual Awards Gala of the Historic Preservation Alliance of Colorado Springs was held October 18, 2017 at the historic Briarhurst Manor Estate in Manitou Springs. The event attracted 115 people from across the Pikes Peak region who celebrated excellence in preservation and heritage promotion by applauding eight award recipients, presented below.
Manitou Springs Soda Springs Park Pavilion Enclosure
Owner: City of Manitou Springs
Project Design and Fabrication: Concrete Couch & Volunteers
Project nominations may include historic structures, monuments, or sites and landscapes that are part of the public domain. Examples of civil or public architecture include government, university and school buildings, museums, monuments, park pavilions and religious structures.
COMPATIBLE LANDSCAPE FOR HISTORIC PROPERTY.
Six Gateway Monument Signs to Help Define the Old North End Neighborhood
Owner: 1500 Households in the Old North End
Design: Jennifer Lovel, Samantha Klingenberg, Vic Appugliese, Suan and Terry Darby, Bob Loevy, Susan Barr, and Pat Doyle.
Site Plans: Chuck Martin
Construction Crew: Ed Rinker, “Rock” Wiley, Chuck Martin
Project Manager Entryway Signs #3, #4, #5, #6: Pat Doyle
Landscape designs may include structures as well as plant and/or manmade materials that enhance the historic residential, civil, or commercial site the landscape surrounds. Examples of historic landscapes include public parks and street medians.
719 N. Nevada Ave.
Owner and General Contractor: Janet Carlisle
Trades: Ken’s Custom Painting, ICE Metal. Glassy Lady Stained Glass, Michael Still Art, Wood Turing and Frian Pierce Roofing
This award recognizes best practices in preservation maintenance for properties, sites, or spaces which have maintained their historic integrity over time, including the historic, distinctive and character-defining features of the property through careful and consistent stewardship. No construction other than repairs to existing elements of the property’s buildings and grounds are considered.
Catalyst Campus, formerly known as the Santa Fe Depot
Owner: The O’Neil Group Company, LLC
Architects: Ryan Lloyd, Echo Architecture
Design: Bobby Hill, Bobby Hill Designs; Josh Rowland, LAI Design Group;
Jessica R. Reske, FormWorks
General Contractor: OGC Management, Kevin O’Neil
Project Manager: Julie Brooks
Consultant: Tim Scanlon, Shooksrun Research
Project nominations may include any commercial building, such as inns, hotels or motels, retail shops, restaurants, or residential space adaptively reused as a commercial space, restoration of which has significantly contributed to the historical cityscape.
Owner: Broadmoor Hotel
General Contractor: McGrath Construction
Architect: Broadmoor Engineering Department
Project nominations may include any structure that is currently used as a residence. Design and construction will have resulted in significant improvements to the building’s historic character, through rehabilitation, restoration, removal of non-historic additions and/or preservation of original design elements.
NEW! HERITAGE LITERARY, EDUCATION AND PROMOTION
This new award category recognizes efforts of historical documentation: pictorial or literary, in the form of a photo collection, book, essay, bibliography, etc. in any media that serves to capture our history for future reference. This category includes the packages written, prepared and assembled for historical designation nominations or grant applications.
Modern At Midcentury: Ruhtenberg Revisited
Written by Elaine Freed, published by Rhyolite Press LLC, Don Kallaus, CED,
Ron Pollard and Guy Burgess photographers
Nominated by Elaine Freed
Rankin Scott Kelly: First Sheriff El Paso County, Colorado Territory
Written by John Wesley Anderson, 26th Sheriff El Paso County, CO
Published by Old Colorado City Historical Society, Susie Schorsch
Nominated by John Anderson
Ivywild: “Home is where the heart is” A Treasure Filled Neighborhood History
Written by Molly Merry and Linda Johnson
Published by the authors and printed by Cheetah Printing and Design