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Preservation Awards

Archive 2001-11

 

Each year Landmarks Illinois presents the  Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Landmarks Illinois Preservation Awards to honor a wide array of preservation accomplishments. The following are past recipients.

 

For individual award information please click a lettered photo or text link. To cycle through several images continue clicking links — without closing the popup window.

 


 

2012

 

For award
information
please click a
lettered photo or
use the links in
the list that
follows below.

a.

Project of the Year (Restoration): Monroe Building, Chicago

b. Joe Antunovich Award for Leadership: Fletcher Farrar, Springfield
c. Restoration: Edgar County Courthouse, Paris
d.

Rehabilitation: Hairpin Lofts, Chicago

e

Stewardship: House of the Four Winds, Lake Forest

f.

Adaptive Use: Incubator South and Technology Business Center at IIT, Chicago

g.

Adaptive Use: Texaco Station, Decatur

h.

Rehabilitation: Ullin Depot, Ullin

i.

Advocacy: World’s Largest Catsup Bottle, Collinsville


2011

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information
please click a
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use the links in
the list that
follows below.

a.

Restoration: Ancel House, Glencoe

b. Reconstruction: Champaign County Courthouse, Urbana
c. Stewardship: Classic Cinemas
d.

Advocacy: Clayville Restoration Project, Pleasant Plains

e

Lifetime Achievement: Jay and Mary Matson, Galesburg

f.

Restoration: Municipal Center River Wall and Plaza, St. Charles

g.

Adaptive Use: Parkside Apartments, Kewanee

h.

Rehabilitation: Scully Building, Lincoln

i.

Restoration (Project of the Year): Sullivan Center, Chicago


 2010

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information
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use the links in
the list that
follows below.

a.

Adaptive Use: The Buckingham Building, Chicago

b. Restoration: Chautauqua Pavilion, Pana
c. Rehabilitation: Harlan Hall, Marshall
d.

Restoration: Haskell, Barker, and Atwater Buildings, Chicago

e

Lifetime Achievement: Carolyn Oxtoby, Springfield

f.

Leadership: Polo Historical Society, Polo

g.

Education (Project of the Year): Preservation Summer at SIU, Carbondale

h.

Reconstruction: St. John’s Episcopal Church, Quincy

i.

President’s Award: University Commons, Chicago


2009

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information
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use the links in
the list that
follows below.

a.

Project of the Year: Sears, Roebuck & Co. Power House, Chicago

b.

Stewardship: Deere & Company World Headquarters, Moline

c. Rehabilitation: Garrison School Lofts, Rockford
d. Restoration: Heimbach Residence, Blue Island
e.

President’s Award: Father George Lane

f.

Rehabilitation: Overton Hygienic Building, Chicago

g.

Rehabilitation: Pacesetter Gardens, Riverdale

h.

Advocacy: Preservation Partners of the Fox Valley, Geneva

i.

Education: Pullman House Tour & Façade Assistance Program, Chicago


2008

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information
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lettered photo or
use the links in
the list that
follows below.

a.

Project of the Year: River Forest Women’s Club

b.

Restoration: Robert G. Emmond House, LaGrange

c. Leadership: Galena Foundation
d. Leadership: Karen Lang Kummer
e.

Restoration: Lake View Presbyterian Church, Chicago

f.

Advocacy: New Life Project, Jacksonville

g.

Adaptive Use / Rehabilitation: Union Station, Springfield

h.

Rehabilitation: University of Chicago Law Library

i.

Restoration: E. M. West House and Grounds, Edwardsville


2007

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a.

Project of the Year: Illinois State Capitol – Legislative Chambers, Springfield

b.

President’s Awards:  Medinah Temple/Tree Studios Block, Chicago

c.

Adaptive Use Chicago & Northwestern Railway Powerhouse, Chicago

d.

Restoration:   Avery Coonley House, Riverside

e.

Leadership:  Gifford Park Association, Elgin

f.

Restoration:  Krause Music Store, Chicago

g.

Rehabilitation:  Muirhead Farmhouse, Hampshire

h.

Advocacy:  Water Tower Preservation Campaign, Paxton

i.

Rehabilitation:  Wigell-Carlson Residence, Rockford


2006

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a.

Project of the Year: Crown Hall, Chicago

b.

Public Leadership:  City of Aurora, Aurora

c.

Adaptive Use Bradley House Stable, Kankakee

d.

Advocacy:   Dickson-Murst Farmstead, Montgomery

e.

Lifetime Achievement:  Donald Kalec, Chicago

f.

Rehabilitation:  Lindblom Math & Science Academy, Chicago

g.

Restoration:  New Holland Apartments, Danville

h.

Adaptive Use:  Richardson Building, Rockford

i.

Rehabilitation:  Sala Flats, Rock Island


2005

 

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follows below.

a.

Project of the Year:  Renaissance Initiative, Inc., Danville

b.

Adaptive Use:  American Bankers Building, Jacksonville

c.

Exterior Restoration Clarke House, Chicago

d.

Clock Tower Restoration:  East School, Pittsfield

e.

Rehabilitation:  Emery House, Elmhurst

f.

Public Works Project:  Jackson Park Animal Bridge, Chicago

g.

Dome Restoration:  Old McLean County Courthouse, Bloomington

h.

Rehabilitation:  Riverbank Laboratories, Geneva

i.

Advocacy:  Zook Home and Studio Relocation, Hinsdale


2004

 

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lettered photo or
use the links in
the list that
follows below.

a.

Project of the Year:  Central Park Bandshell, Orion

b.

President’s Award:  Dempster Street Station, Skokie

c.

Adaptive Use Emmett’s Tavern & Brewing Company, West Dundee

d.

Adaptive Use:  Hard Rock Hotel, Chicago

e.

Lifetime Commitment:  Leslie H. Kenyon, Peoria

f.

Public Leadership:  Menard County Board, Petersburg

g.

Restoration:  Martin Mitchell Mansion and Carriage House, Naperville

h.

Stewardship:  Alfred W. Mueller, Galena

i.

Restoration:  Wheeler Mansion, Chicago


2003

 

a.

Project of the Year:  Golconda Lock and Dam Houses, Golconda

b.

Chairman’s Award:  Auditorium Theater, Chicago

c.

Advocacy:  Citizens Organized for Wagner’s (C.O.W.S.), Glenview

d.

Advocacy:  Coalition to Save the Met, Chicago

e.

Public Leadership:  Kane County Board, Geneva

f.

President’s Award:  Lakeside Legacy Foundation, Crystal Lake

g.

Rehabilitation:  Montgomery Ward Catalog House/600 West, Chicago

h.

Adaptive Use:  Music Institute of Chicago Concert Hall and Learning Center, Evanston

i.

Rehabilitation:  Pearl Place Senior Apartments, Belvidere

j.

Public Education:  “Schoolyards to Skylines”, Chicago


2002

 

 

a.

Project of the Year:  Historic Chicago Bungalow Initiative, Chicago

b.

The Founder’s Award:  John Vinci, FAIA, Chicago

c.

Landscape Restoration:  Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool, Chicago

d.

Rehabilitation/Restoration:  Humboldt Park Boathouse, Chicago

e.

Public Leadership:  Pullman Factory Task Force, Chicago

f.

Public Education Program:  Riverview Farm Restoration Workshop & Social, Naperville

g.

Media Coverage:  The Rock Island Argus, Rock Island

h.

New Construction:  Rowhouses of Lakewood Balmoral, Chicago

i.

Rehabilitation/Restoration:  360 N. Michigan Avenue Building, Chicago


2001

 

 

a.

Project of the Year:  Coronado Theatre, Rockford

b.

Leadership in Resource Protection Planning Award:   Class L Property Tax Incentive

c.

Exceptional Advocacy Effort Award:  Nathan Ricker House, Urbana

d.

Public/Private Leadership Award:  Wabash Avenue YMCA, Chicago

e.

Rehabilitation Award:  Chatterton Place, Springfield

f.

Restoration/Rehabilitation Award:  447 West Main, Decatur

g.

Adaptive Re-Use Award:  Fisher Building, Chicago

h.

Adaptive Re-Use Award:  Gray-Watkins Mill, Montgomery

i.

Adaptive Re-Use Award:  Moses Montefiore Temple, Bloomington

 

 

 

 

 

 

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