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Past Award Recipients

1971   

Gloucester County Board of Supervisors 
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For their vision and efforts in preserving the Hotel Botetourt at Gloucester Court House, an 18th-century brick tavern

Historic Lexington Foundation     
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
Incorporated in 1967, has done much to survey, stabilize and recover the historical and architectural fabric of Lexington, including protecting the Alexander-Withrow House

 

1972   

Reynolds Metal Company  
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For their imaginative and successful efforts to research, preserve, and promote public interest in the historic Kanawha Canal

The Garden Club of Virginia        
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
Presented for their acquisition and preservation of the Kent-Valentine House at 12 East Franklin Street.

 

1973   

This Historic Green Springs, Inc. 
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
Carried out a program to obtain scenic and historic easements covering 32 individual properties and totaling over seven thousand acres in the community of Green Springs

City of Petersburg   
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
Initiated a program under the Department of Tourism designed to meet two laudable and important objectives: to increase visitation to Petersburg and to upgrade and improve the interpretation of many historic and architecturally significant sites in the City

 

1974   

Ethyl Corporation   
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For their extensive commitment to the restoration of the Tredegar Iron Works complex

Danville Historical Society
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
Successfully sponsored a community preservation program which encouraged an inventory of architecturally significant buildings in Danville, and promoted protective legislation for these buildings and their settings, also began a program of purchasing and rehabilitating structures within the historic district

 

1975

The Foundation for Historic Christ Church, Inc.           
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For their work in preserving and restoring Historic Christ Church in Lancaster County

Mary Wingfield Scott                     
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
Educated generations of Virginian's on the importance of historic places and wrote numerous books inventorying Richmond's houses.  Also founded the William Byrd Branch in 1935 and was the first in the country to propose adaptive use restoration

 

1976

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation              
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
In acknowledgment of its fifty-year contribution to historic preservation in Virginia, and its program of historical, archeological, and architectural research

Mrs. Charles Beatty Moore           
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For years of dedication to the preservation of Virginia's heritage

 

1977   

Mrs. Leslie Cheek, Jr.        
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For work on Stratford Hall and the strong research and educational programs encouraged there

Busch Properties, Inc.         
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
In acknowledgment of the corporation's outstanding support of archeological research at its Kingsmill site

 

1978   

The Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission (now the Virginia Department of Historic Resources)     
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For pioneering the easement program in America and keeping thousands of citizens informed by publishing the Virginia Landmarks Register

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woodrow Cabaniss, Sr.      
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For their work in restoring Williamsville in Hanover County and row houses at 215 High Street in Petersburg, VA and Dodson's Tavern

 

1979   

Mrs. William T. Reed, Jr.   
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
Located and rescued many houses of historic and artistic significance, moving them to her own Goochland estate when preserving them in their original settings was impossible.  Vital in saving many Church Hill homes and the Old Broad Street Station for the Virginia Science Museum, as well as Old City Hall.

The Historic Richmond Foundation         
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
Chartered in 1956, its premiere objective was the rehabilitation of the area surrounding St. John's, including Carrington Square and Church Hill and the 200 Block of West Franklin and Jackson Ward

 

1980   

The Lynchburg Historical Foundation     
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For the restoration and preservation of "Point of Honor", an 1815 mansion built in the Piedmont style of Federal architecture

John Melville Jennings      
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For being a friend and advisor to every preservation project in Virginia seeking assistance and his brilliant record in building the pictorial documentary and bibliographic resources of the Virginia Historical Society

 

1981   

Elbert Cox    
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For preservation contributions too numerous to recite to both Virginia and the nation

Preservation of Historic Winchester, Inc.
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For its outstanding success in encouraging the preservation of Winchester's historical and architectural resources and especially for encouraging so many private restoration projects

For Archeology at Jamestown: Lewis P. Caywood, John L. Cotter, H. Chandlee Forman, Mrs. Virginia S. Harrington, J. Paul Hudson, Dr. Edward B. Jelk, Charles S. Marshall,

 

1982   

Fred P. Parris, Dr. Joel L. Shiner 
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For contributions to the overall knowledge of the seventeenth-century Virginia experience and Jamestown

J.C. Harrington       
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For contributions to the overall knowledge of the seventeenth-century Virginia experience and Jamestown

 

1983   

Historic Petersburg Foundation, Inc.        
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For their work in many preservation areas and, in particular, for the Carriage House Apartments Project

William J. Vakos     
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For his work in the restoration and reconstruction of the Chimneys in The Historic District of Fredericksburg, VA

 

1984   

Valentine Museum 
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For their overall efforts to promote and encourage preservation through its collections, publications, and educational programs

Eastern Shore of Virginia Historical Society      
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For their work in the restoration of the Kerr Place in Accomack County

 

1985   

Mrs. E. Golsan Schneider  
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For her tireless work in Richmond's Church Hill area and her efforts in Historic Gordonsville, and establishing a Germanna Branch of Preservation Virginia

Blue Ridge Institute
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For the Institute's work in preserving the life and culture of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains

 

1986   

Historic Gordonsville, Inc. 
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For their many contributions to the Commonwealth of Virginia and, in particular, their work on the Germanna site in Orange County

Restoration Committee of The Garden Club of Virginia          
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For their many contributions to the Commonwealth of Virginia and, in particular, their generous contributions that have made possible the archeological investigation of the gardens at Bacon's Castle

 

1987   

James E. Caudle      
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For the adaptive reuse of historic Mayfield as a bed and breakfast project

Mrs. Leslie D. Campbell, Jr.          
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For her work in the movement to restore Scotchtown, coupled with her efforts "to restore Patrick Henry to his rightful eminence in American history" by authoring Patrick Henry, Patriot and Statesman

 

1988   

Abingdon Church Restoration Project     
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For the complete restoration of the Abingdon Church Restoration

Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Jamieson  
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For their 55 years of single-minded devotion and continuing dedication to the restoration of Berkeley

 

1989   

Museum of the Confederacy          
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For the complete restoration of the "Southern White House"

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Wheat, Jr.
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For their interest and vision in restoring a project the magnitude of the restoration on Blandfield using the  finest scholarly and architectural advice

 

1990   

Historic Staunton Foundation       
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For their preservation activities in the Commonwealth, specifically for the Façade Improvement Program

Mrs. Elise Hofheimer Wright        
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For her work on the restoration of the Mayo House but also for her support of many preservation projects in Richmond

 

1991   

L. Floyd Nock III      
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For his long-time interest and efforts in historic preservation on the Eastern Shore, his knowledge of Eastern Shore society and his authorship of several informative and humorous publications

The Woman's Club of Richmond  
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For their restoration of the Bolling Haxall House and the redecoration of its 1915 Auditorium

 

1992   

Randolph-Macon College   
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For the outstanding restoration of Washington and Franklin Hall

Comte de Grasse Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution

Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award      
For the Chapter's outstanding restoration and continued preservation of the Customhouse in Yorktown

 

Carrington C. Tutweiler, Jr.        

Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       

For outstanding efforts in the field of historic preservation in the Lexington area

 

1993   

Virginia Military Institute 
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For their preservation of a historic landmark and more importantly for the preservation of a system of education and a way of life

Dr. and Mrs. George G. Shackleford        
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For their outstanding efforts and the invaluable part they have played in the acquisition and preservation of Smithfield Plantation

 

1994   

Historic Smithfield, Inc.     
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For the preservation and revitalization of downtown Smithfield

S. Douglas Fleet      
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For his contributions to Preservation Virginia

 

1995   

The College of William and Mary
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For their 20-year body of work at Ash Lawn-Highland, the home of President James Monroe

James R. Melchor    
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For his work on the Matthew Jones House

 

1996   

Prestwould Foundation       
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For its outstanding restoration and preservation of Prestwould, a registered Virginia Historic Landmark built in 1795

Clinton Webb           
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For his lifetime achievements and efforts and his continuing dedication to historic preservation in the Commonwealth of Virginia

 

1997   

The Corporation for Jefferson's Poplar Forest   
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For its outstanding rescue, state-of-the-art restoration, conservation, and preservation of Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest

Paul Murphy
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For his efforts and continuing dedication to historic preservation in the Commonwealth of Virginia, including the movement to have the James River and Kanawha Canal restored, preserved, and opened to the public

 

1998   

The Rosewell Foundation  
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For their efforts in preserving Rosewell

Barbara and Coleman Donaldson 
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For lifetime achievements and dedication to historic preservation in the Commonwealth of Virginia

 

1999   

Preservation Alliance of Virginia 
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For its outstanding work in making the case for preservation through its substantive research, education, training, and advocacy programs.  In particular, for their outstanding report Virginia's Rural Historic Districts, Making the Case and their collaboration with the Virginia Department of Historic Resources on the "toolbox"

Spottswood Hunnicutt Jones         
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For her vision in launching the Jamestown Rediscovery Project as President of the APVA from 1993-1995

 

2000   

ACORN (Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods)           
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  

Commonwealth of Virginia's Executive Mansion           
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       

 

2001   

Dr. William E. Trout           
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For his work in the research and preservation of Virginia' s canals and navigable waterways

Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ruffin Tyler         
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       

 

2002   

Maggie L. Walker Foundation, LLC         
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For the restoration of the Maggie L. Walker High School Building

Bryan Clark Green, Calder Loth, and William M.S. Rasmussen        
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For their book Lost Virginia: Vanished Architecture of the Old Dominion

 

2003   

The Waterford Foundation, Inc.    
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For the Foundation's work and its ongoing efforts to overcome threats that endangered the historic nature of the village and surrounding area

Dr. Robert B. Pamplin, Jr.  
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For the creation and operation of Pamplin Historical Park and The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier

 

2004   

Thomas Jefferson Parkway
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For their role in the Thomas Jefferson Parkway, demonstrating their commitment to the preservation of Monticello and its environs and view shed

Appomattox Regional Governor's School for the Arts and Technology           
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award

 

2005   

Thomas Jefferson PDC and Charlottesville/Albemarle CVB   
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For providing a model partnership for other communities while educating the public as to the need to protect resources

City of Roanoke and Hill Studio PC        
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For the restoration of the bell tower and façade of Fire Station #1

City of Alexandria Archeology and Architectural Commission           
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For three decades of ongoing preservation of Alexandria's history and archeology

John R. Brandon      
Frederick Doveton Nichols Award
For the restoration of the Brandon House

Clarke County Board of Supervisors       
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For their efforts that provided a model for other counties and municipalities faced with the need to balance the necessity for more space and security, while preserving a valuable historic and community asset - the Courthouse

Quattro Hubbard     
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For his efforts to inspire, inform, and create and environment where the sharing of success and challenges can help raise awareness of the benefits of preservation

Friends of the Blue Ridge Parkway Inc.   
Founder's Award      
For the efforts related to the preservation of this tremendous asset.

 

2006   

Ronald Roark           
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For his work on the historic rehabilitation of Camp Pickett Officers Club, Fort Pickett. He has demonstrated a collaborative effort that is possible on the part of a number of government entities in Virginia and Nottoway County.

Thomas Jefferson Foundation       
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For the exemplary preservation efforts on the part of a public or private preservation or civic group or individual.

Eastern Shore of Virginia Barrier Islands Center         
Founder's Award      
For the belief that the Center is a museum dedicated to preserving and perpetuating the culture and history of Virginia's barrier islands through education, the preservation and collection of artifacts, and the interpretation of this coastal way of life.

Lynchburg Court House Museum 
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For the belief that the Court House was restored to it's original splendor, it is Lynchburg's largest and most visible artifact.

Roanoke Valley Visitors Center & O. Winston Link Museum
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
The renovation, led by Spectrum Design and Hill Studio, included much research and architectural and engineering programming to establish a design that would capture Roanoke Valley and feature the work of O. Winston Link while insuring the building would receive historical tax credits.

Mr. Mike Long and Mrs. Betty Long        
Frederick Doveton Nichols Award
For the restoration of Locust Hill in a manner consistent with the history of the property and with respect of the family ties to the building. The old farmstead has been restored to its former glory and made a home that was attractive and practical without destruction of its historic character.

Virginia Center for Architecture  
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For the belief that the Center offers a new and exciting architecture museum - one of only a few such institutions in the nation - within the fully renovated John Kerr Branch house designed by John Russell Pope.

St. Johns Church Foundation       
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For the belief that the Foundation has brought to life the African American heritage of the Church, while serving the community of Church Hill and enhancing the neighborhood in which its located. The adaptive use of the schoolhouse building by saving it from further deterioration and the possibility of future demolishment.

 

2007   

Prizery          
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For the project accommodating a splendid community arts center while expressing the original fabric of the abandoned tobacco warehouse.

Frazier Associates   
Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award  
For exemplary preservation efforts on the part of a public or private preservation or civic group or individual.

General Francis Marion Hotel      
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For projects such as this hotel that require, "A strong dedication to historic preservation and recognition of the lasting benefits of small town historic preservation projects".

Banister-Shackleford         
Frederick Doveton Nichols Award
For the best domestic architectural restoration project in Virginia.

Prince William County Historic Preservation Division 
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award
For the restoration of Brentsville Courthouse Historic Centre, and the effective partnership between a local government entity, Prince William County; the State preservation office; and local civic organizations.

Mr. Robert W. Glenn, Jr.    
Gabriella Page Historic Preservation Award       
For the renovation of the State and City Building, representing an exemplary adaptive reuse in that it qualified for both state rehabilitation tax credits and LEED certification.

 

2008   

The Commonwealth of Virginia   
Outstanding Public Sector Preservation Project Award
Extensive restoration in the building’s history, as well as the addition of over 25,000 square feet of new space for educational exhibits, meeting rooms, and such visitor services as a café and gift shop.

Commonwealth Architects   
Outstanding Commercial Project Award 
The rehabilitation of the former Atlantic Motor Company was conducted in accordance with the precepts of the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation.

Loudon County        
Outstanding Service in Community Preservation Award         
The project was part of a multi-faceted public outreach effort to educate county residents about county designated historic districts and the benefits and responsibilities associated with the designation.

Mary Jordan & the Spencer-Penn School Preservation Organization           
Outstanding Service in Community Preservation Award         
The Spencer-Penn Center is a wonderful example of community driven historic rehab and reuse. As a result of the group’s efforts to preserve and restore the building, the facility was placed on the Virginia Landmarks Register and the National Register in 2005.

Aaron Wunsch and Preservation Piedmont         
Outstanding Domestic Project Award      
The James D. Nimmo House is an individually listed Charlottesville landmark and has been declared eligible for the Virginia Landmarks Register. It is one of the last remaining Carpenter Gothic buildings in the city, a stylistic designation with particular relevance.

Warm Springs Investment Company        
Outstanding Adaptive Use Award  
Today, the offices of Preserve Community Association and Virginia Hot Springs Preservation Trust occupy the space once filled with hay, events are held in the expansive loft where feed was stored and ground, and a spa, fitness center, game room and community meeting room have taken over where cows were milked.

Thomas Finderson  
Outstanding Historic Preservation Research Award      
Thomas Finderson voluntarily, personally and virtually alone accomplished the extensive research through primary original source documents and other materials which revealed the 1861-62 history of Fort Huger. His research made possible the authentic preservation, restoration and presentation to the public Isle of Wight County’s premier “2007” project: Historic Fort Huger.

Trevor Cameron Dickerson           
The Young Preservationist of the Year Award    
Trevor Dickerson has been actively and passionately involved in historic preservation particularly in the Short Pump area of Henrico County since age eleven. Trevor’s most notable recent contribution to historic preservation has been his efforts to save the 19th century Springfield Baptist Church from demolition.

 

2009

Bluffwalk Center Limited Partnership
Outstanding Adaptive Use Award
For their conversion of the 1905 Southland Annex Building of the Craddock Terry Shoe Company into the Craddock Terry Hotel and Event center and the adjacent Shoemaker’s Restaurant, all part of Lynchburg’s hospitality complex known as Bluffwalk Center.

Commonwealth Architects
Outstanding Commercial Project Award
For their role in the rehabilitation of The Chamberlain in Hampton. Commonwealth’s design for this project was more than ably realized through the excellent work of Project Team Developer Drucker & Falk.

Carolyn Keene
Outstanding Research Effort Award
For constructing a photographic database of over 50,000 images of historic resources in countries of Isle of Wight, Southampton, Surry, and Sussex, and the Commonwealth.

Aubrey R. ‘Bunky’ Bowles III
Outstanding Domestic Project Award
For the restoration of the Hancock-Wirt-Caskie House near Richmond.

Town of Abingdon
Outstanding Public Sector Project Award
For the restoration of the Overmountainmen Revolutionary War Mustering Ground. Accepting on behalf of the town of Abingdon is Garrett Jackson, Director of Planning, Zoning, and Development.

Catholic Diocese of Richmond
Outstanding Community Effort Award
For the magnificent rehabilitation of the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Richmond. Accepting on behalf of the Sacred Heart community are Bishop Francis DiLorenzo and Monsignor Thomas Shreve.

Grant Moss
Young Preservationist of the Year Award
For marshaling fellow young volunteers and managing the restoration of the McDowell Cemetery near Fairfield.

 

2010   

Town of Blacksburg
Outstanding Community Preservation Effort     
For the renovation of the historic Blacksburg Motor Company building. This renovation demonstrates to other Virginia communities a practical adaptive use for large commercial buildings in downtown areas.  Virtually every public space in and around the building includes educational exhibits and demonstrations on how green architecture and engineering can be integrated into design.

Carolyn Keen          
Outstanding Historic Preservation Effort
Carolyn is a repeat winner, recognized this year for her outstanding effort to locate and document over 200 extant and vanished stores that operated between 1750 and 1950 in Isle of Wight, Southampton, Surry and Sussex counties. The Project has collected over 8,000 digital records of exterior store photographs, interior photographs, photographs of merchants and their families and customers, architectural details, advertisements, and store record-keeping documents. 

Shelley and Nicholas Schorsch     
Outstanding Preservation Effort   
For the renovation of Mount Pleasant, Shelley and Nick Schorsch have commissioned perhaps the most extensive privately funded preservation project in Virginia, including exhaustive historical, archaeological, and architectural research on Mount Pleasant. In addition to the restoration of the main house and kitchen , the Schorschs have restored the landscape features around the house all based on archaeological evidence.  These include the historic road, terraced garden, walkways and paths.

 

2011   

Town of Pulaski       
Outstanding Community Preservation Effort     
For the communities resolution to return a historic structure to its former prominence as a town landmark.

Old Point National Bank   
Outstanding Preservation Research Effort          
For an extraordinary investment in historic preservation research with a voluntary archaeological investigation that documented hundreds of colonial and 19th-century features.

Governor Davis Mansion at Morven Park
Outstanding Preservation Project 
In 2005, the Westmoreland Davis Memorial Foundation began a comprehensive preservation project with a goal of stabilizing and protecting the mansion and the collection for decades to come.

McIlwaine House     
Outstanding Preservation Project 
The restoration of the McIlwaine House is the centerpiece of the ongoing revival of this once bustling commercial heart of Petersburg.

Mandy Matherly      
Young Preservationist Award        
Mandy’s dedication to voluntarism and advocating for what she believes in has made her an incredible asset to Danville's Preservation community. 

Jane Yerkes 
Katherine Glaize Rockwood Award          
Most recently Jane has played a significant role in the successful citizen effort to persuade federal, state and local decision makers to adopt a preservation-oriented plan for Fort Monroe, including a significant national park unit.

 

2012

Community Design Center, Virginia Tech
Outstanding Historic Preservation Research Award
For Lost Communities of Virginia

Outstanding Preservation Project (3)

Louisa Flaningam & Paul Brzozowski

For The Captain Timothy Hill House, Chincoteague

Commonwealth Architects

For The Patrick Henry, Roanoke

University of Virginia

For Garrett Hall

Preservation Piedmont
Outstanding Community Preservation Project
For their "Document Before Demolish Program"

Brittany Austin

Young Preservationist of the Year

 

2013

President’s Award: The Conservation of Werowocomoco, Gloucester

Robert and Lynn Ripley and Kathleen S. Kilpatrick

The Katherine Glaize Rockwood Preservation Award: George Kegley, Roanoke

Small Scale Commercial Rehabilitation Award: Carlin’s Amoco Station, Roanoke

Bruce and Lucy Farrell, Todd and Tracy Bandy

Historic House Rehabilitation Award: White Plains, Hanover County

The Honorable Christopher K. Peace, Ashley Peace, and Beth Schulhof

Outstanding Community Preservation Project Award: Sears Hill Bridge, Staunton

Bill Frazier, Steve Owen, and the Friends of the Sears Hill Bridge Committee

Outstanding Community Preservation Project Award: Jefferson School City Center, Charlottesville

Martin Burks and the Jefferson School Community Partnership, Milestone Partners, Bushman Dreyfus Architects, Kjellstrom & Lee Construction, Sadler & Whitehead

Education and Preservation Award: Robert Russa Moton Museum, Farmville and Studio Ammons

Young Preservationist of the Year: Chelsea Moore, Chincoteague

Outstanding Preservation Project, The Gabriella Page Preservation Award: First National Apartments, Richmond; Commonwealth Architects

 

2014

Outstanding Preservation Project, The Gabriella Page Preservation Award (3):

The Brafferton at William & Mary, GWWO, Inc./Architects

Gadsby’s Tavern Ice Well, BELL Architects with Larson/Koenig Architects

South Boston New Brick Historic Lofts, Patrick Reilly and Rehab Development

Outstanding Historic Preservation Research Effort, The George W. G. Stoner and John Melville Jennings Research and Education Award

Christopher Pieczynski for his work researching and helping to further the interpretation at Cape Henry Lighthouse

Young Preservationist of the Year

South Anna 4H Club for their ongoing work at Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown