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ANNUAL DESIGN & PRESERVATION AWARDS NOMINATION FORM
Each year, Columbus Landmarks honors individuals and institutions that have made exceptional strides in promoting historic preservation and producing quality urban design in central Ohio. Landmarks bestows seven awards, including the prestigious James B. Recchie Design Award. Nominations are closed for 2012. SELECT THE AWARD CATEGORY OF YOUR CHOICE, FILL IN FORM BELOW & SUBMIT - Thank you!
THE JAMES B. RECCHIE DESIGN AWARD:
This award honors excellence in urban design that can be reflected in historic or new buildings and places, additions to existing buildings, parks, public spaces and public art. This award celebrates projects that add to the distinctive character and improved quality of life of Columbus and the designers responsible for them.
PAUL E. YOUNG, JR. OUTSTANDING STUDENT AWARD:
This award is named in honor of Columbus Landmarks Foundation's founding trustee and Ohio State University professor of architecture, Paul E. Young, Jr. The Paul E. Young, Jr. Outstanding Student Award honors a student or group of students for a program or project that has fostered discovery of a new dimension of the city’s architectural and historical legacy, while promoting the cause of historic preservation or improving the built environment.
HENRY L. HUNKER URBAN LEGACY AWARD:
The Henry L. Hunker Urban Legacy Award was established in honor of Henry Hunker, Columbus Landmarks Foundation’s 2nd President and Ohio State University professor of geography, who had a special understanding of the urban environment from his education and work as an urban geographer. He understood that what we have today is the result of the physical, economic, social and cultural forces that have shaped our city. This award honors those who love and appreciate the urban environment, in its broadest definition, and work tirelessly to improve it.
OUTSTANDING PERSON AWARD:
The Outstanding Person award is given to an individual or individuals who have enhanced the cause of historic preservation and improved our built environment, thereby enhancing the quality of life in our community.
DIXIE SAYRE MILLER PATRON AWARD:
The Dixie Sayre Miller Patron Award, named for founding member and benefactor Dixie Sayre Miller, recognizes an institution or individual whose commitment and support has reached beyond the ordinary in the cause of historic preservation and improvement of our built environment.
FREDERICK J. HOLDRIDGE OUTSTANDING GROUP AWARD:
The Frederick J. Holdridge Outstanding Group Award is named for Fred Holdridge, Columbus Landmarks Foundation Honorary Trustee and neighborhood activist. The award recognizes a neighborhood, community group, or association that has significantly fostered the cause of historic preservation or improved the built environment, thereby enhancing the quality of life in our community.
JAMES L. KEYES PRESIDENT'S AWARD:
This preservation award is selected annually by Columbus Landmarks’ President of the Board to honor a person, neighborhood, community group, or business for an initiative that has significantly fostered the cause of historic preservation or improved the built environment, thereby enhancing the quality of life in our community.
NAME OF THE PERSON, GROUP OR PROJECT YOU ARE NOMINATING.
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE THE ACHIEVEMENT for which this project or person is being nominated.
(1000 characters max - note: nominated projects must have been placed in service after Oct 1, 2007)
BRIEFLY STATE WHY YOU PERSONALLY THINK THIS PROJECT IS NOTEWORTHY.
NAME OF CONTACT PERSON FOR THE NOMINATION.
NOMINEE’S EMAIL ADDRESS & PHONE NUMBER.
YOUR NAME, ADDRESS & PHONE
YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS
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