PPS Names Annual Historic Preservation Award Recipients

Each year the Providence Preservation Society recognizes significant contributions to the preservation and revitalization of Providence's historic resources. The awards acknowledge contributions in the field of historic preservation made by both individuals and organizations. Recognition encompasses the categories of preservation construction projects as well as preservation initiatives.

Preservation Construction Projects:

Brown University, Peter Green House, 79 Brown Street - Material Conservation Award for Historic Exterior Elements and Stained Glass Lay Light
Calender Mills, 52 Valley Street - Rehabilitation & Neighborhood Revitalization Award
Fox Point Bath House, 455 Wickenden Street - Rehabilitation & Neighborhood Revitalization Award
William R. Huston House, 309 Benefit Street - Exterior Material Conservation & Restoration Award
Johnson & Wales University, Student Services Center, 274 Pine Street - Rehabilitation Award
Johnson & Wales University, Xavier Auditorium, 261 Pine Street
North Elmwood Revitalization, Phase II, Parkis Avenue - Neighborhood Revitalization Award
Magdalene Ribholtz House, 16 ½ Luongo Memorial Squ. -Neighborhood Revitalization Award
Andreas J. Stahl House, 16-17 Luongo Memorial Squ. - Neighborhood Revitalization, Rehabilitation, & Restoration Award
Southside Gateways, Plain and Public Streets - Rehabilitation and Neighborhood Revitalization Award

Preservation Initiatives:
West Broadway Neighborhood Association, Gas Meter Advocacy Effort - Community Involvement Award
First Baptist Church in America - Stewardship Award

Special Awards:
Durkee, Brown, Viveiros, & Werenfels Architects
Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission

For more information, visit http://www.ppsri.org