Know of a deserving preservation project, or individual who is helping to protect your community? Nominate them for a Preservation Award!
Preservation Buffalo Niagara is now accepting nominations for the 2022 Preservation Awards which celebrate the best in preservation projects and education throughout Western New York.
Past Preservation Award winners have included the Olmsted Parks Conservancy, Robert T. Coles, School 77, the King Urban Life Center, Turner Brothers Lofts, SACRA Construction Skills Training Program, Hamlin Park Taxpayer and Community Association, and the Silos at Elk Street. Nominations for the 2022 Preservation Awards are due Monday, March 14th at 5:00pm.
Ready to apply? Download the application today.
For more information on the event or nomination process, please contact Tia Brown, Community Engagement Coordinator, at (716) 852-3300, or email@example.com.
The Louise Bethune Award for Outstanding Project, greater than 10,000 sq. feet
A project that embodies excellence through maintenance, stabilization, repair, planning, restoration, stewardship, adaptive re-use, or rehabilitation of our built environment.
The John E. Brent Award for Outstanding Project, less than 10,000 sq. feet
A project that embodies excellence through maintenance, stabilization, repair, planning, restoration, stewardship, adaptive re-use, or rehabilitation of our built environment including private homes.
The Robert T. Coles Award for Neighborhood Conservation
A project designed to protect or promote the preservation of a district or locality.
The Harold Ambellan Award for Preservation Craft
Superior skills or education in construction related activities applicable to the process of preservation, rehabilitation, restoration, or reconstruction.
The George K. Arthur Award for Preservation Leadership
Individual/organization effort in preservation through advocacy or planning activity.
The Robert J. Kresse Award for Education, Outreach, and Planning
A project or activity designed to empower community residents to participate in development decisions affecting our shared cultural heritage.
The Mary Talbert Award for Emerging Preservation Leader
This award is given to a student or early career professional who is showing promise in preservation in the next generation.