Historic Savannah Foundation announces Preservation Award winners
The Historic Savannah Foundation on Friday held its annual Preservation Awards Luncheon at the Savannah Golf Club.
The annual event is held as part of the National Preservation Month campaign and honors individuals and organizations whose contributions demonstrate excellence in preservation in Savannah and Chatham County.
“Our organization is honored to present these businesses, individuals, and properties with preservation awards to commend their advancement of preservation in our community,” said Historic Savannah Foundation President and CEO Daniel Carey.
“These award-winners truly represent Historic Savannah Foundation’s mission of saving buildings, places, and stories that define Savannah’s past, present, and future.”
The mission of Historic Savannah Foundation is to preserve and protect Savannah’s heritage through advocacy, education and community involvement. For more information, visit www.myHSF.org or www.DavenportHouseMuseum.org.
Nichola Parker Coe Volunteer of the Year: Monica Gann
Lee and Emma Adler Award for Advocacy: Nick Palumbo
14-16 Price Street: Owner, Kim Malphrus; Architect: Jan de Voest; and Contractor, Albee Contracting
109 E. 35th Street: Owner: Patrick and Janice Shay; Architect: Patrick Shay, Gunn Meyerhoff Shay Architects; and Contractor, Scotty Snipes
1004 E. Park Avenue: Owner, Lonnie Coulter; and Contractor, Wells Anderson Construction
101 E. Oglethorpe Avenue: Owner, Ida and Sam George; Architect: Greg Tankersley and Ray Booth; and Contractor, Jimmy Smith, JTVS Builders, Inc.
660 E. Broughton Street, Kehoe Iron Works Rehabilitation: Owner, Charles H. Morris; Architect: Lominack Kolman Smith Architects; and Contractor, New South Construction
420 E. Broughton Street, East End Provisions Rehabilitation: Owner, Brian Husky, Gaslight Group LLC; Architect: Lominack Kolman Smith Architects; and Contractor, Martin Zittrouer Construction
12 W. Oglethorpe Avenue, Husk: Owner, Michael Wakely; Architect: Neil Dawson; and Contractor, Michael Wakely
1601 Bull Street: Owner, Matthew Allan and Wells Anderson; Architect: Patrick Phelps, AIA, Hansen Architects; and Contractor, Wells Anderson Construction
48th Street, Tybee Island, Levy Beach Cottage Renovation: Owner, Joan and Gary Levy; Architect: Brian K. Felder AIA, Felder & Associates; and Contractor, Tony Reardon, Tony Reardon Construction Co.
20 W. Taylor Street: Owner: Douglas G. Bain; Architect: Josh Ward, Ward Architecture + Preservation; and Contractor, Stewart Dohrman, Dohrman Construction and Preservation
317 W. 36th Street: Owner, Brad Baugh; Architect: Thomas D. Olson, Kern & Co. LLC; Engineer: John Kern, Kern & Co. LLC and Contractor, Sam Carroll, Carroll Construction
Skidaway Island’s Benedictine Monastery and Freedman School: Owner, Andy Dyer and Contractor Laura Seifert, Digging Savanah