Heritage festival 2011 Award winners

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The winners of the City of Fremantle 2011 Heritage Awards.

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Heritage festival 2011 Award winners

  1. 1. Fremantle and East FremantleHeritage Awards<br />
  2. 2. nyoongar acknowledgement statement<br />“we acknowledge this land that we meet on today is part of the traditional lands of the Nyoongar people and that we respect their spiritual relationship with their country. We also acknowledge the Nyoongar people as the custodians of the greater Fremantle/Walyalup area and that their cultural and heritage beliefs are still important to the living Nyoongar people today” <br />
  3. 3. Local History AwardsNominations<br />Unpublished Award<br />Glimpses of Fremantle - Bob Reece <br />A History of the Naval Cadets in Western Australia - Terry Brown<br />Published Award<br />The Federal Electorate of Fremantle: a history since 1901 – David Black<br />Fighting for Fremantle - Ron and Dianne Davidson<br />Fremantle Passenger Terminal: 50 Years – Ainslie de Voss<br />Giant Lettered Sheds - Carl Edwards<br />A History of St. Paul’s Community – St. Paul’s Archive Group<br />JudgesSimon Stevens, Marilyn Dimond, <br />Pamela Statham-Drew<br />
  4. 4. Local History Awards1st Prize - Unpublished<br />Glimpses of Fremantle Bob Reece<br />
  5. 5. Local History AwardsCommendation - Published<br />The Federal Electorate of Fremantle: a history since 1901 – David Black<br />
  6. 6. Local History AwardsCommendation - Published<br />Fremantle Passenger Terminal: 50 Years Ainslie de Voss<br />
  7. 7. Local History Awards2nd Prize - Published<br />Giant Lettered Sheds Carl Edwards<br />
  8. 8. Local History Awards1st Prize - Published<br />Fighting for Fremantle Ron and Dianne Davidson<br />
  9. 9. Conservation Heritage Nominations<br />St Patrick’s Primary School 8 Ellen Street Fremantle<br />Project: new entrance including reception, admin office and library and external reading deck. <br />Owner: Roman Catholic Archbishop of Perth<br />Designer: Slavin Architects Pty Ltd<br />Builder: Western Projects<br />Lance Holt School, 10 Henry Street<br />Project: multi purpose hall<br />Owner: Lance Holt School<br />Designer: Donavon Payne Architects<br />Builder: Peter Fairweather<br />Bullock Residence: 96 Holland Street, Fremantle<br />Project: new residence <br />Owner: Alison Bullock <br />Designer: Nigel Denny Architect<br />Builder: Peter Cook (nominator)<br />Hewitt Residence: 12 Corkhill Street North Fremantle <br />Project: additions and alterations to existing residence<br />Owner: Nathan and Lyndall Hewitt <br />Designer: Max Hewitt <br />Builder: owner <br />Jones Residence: 37 Holland Street, East Fremantle<br />Project: additions and alterations to existing residence<br />Owner: David & Mary Jones <br />Architects: Gerard McCann Architects <br />Builder: Quaine Constructions<br />The former Commissariat Buildings (Maritime Museum/shipwreck galleries): Cliff Street, Fremantle<br />Project: conservation (reconstruction and restoration) of the facades <br />Owner: WA Maritime Museum<br />Architects: Kelsall Binet Architects <br />Builder: Perio Casellati Building Conservationists <br />Victoria Quay: ‘B’Shed<br />Project: New Ferry Terminal - Restoration, Adaptation, Interpretation <br />Owner: Fremantle Ports <br />Architects: Brook Design Practice <br />Builder: R K Brine Master Builder <br />Fremantle Education Centre: Cantonment Street, Fremantle <br />Project: New Ferry Terminal - Restoration, Adaptation, Interpretation <br />Owner: Fremantle Ports <br />Architects: Matthews Architecture <br />Builder: stage 1 Macquarie Ford & B & H Enterprise stage 2 Metrocan Pty Ltd <br />Victoria Quay: Fremantle Passenger Terminal<br />Project: Restoration, Conservation, Interpretation <br />Owner: Fremantle Ports <br />Architects: Ronald Bodycoat, Interior Jane Cunningham and Interpretation; Turner Design <br />The Lionel Samson Cellar, 31 -33 Cliff Street<br />Project: Restoration of the basement cellar <br />Owner: Samson Family <br />Architects: Mark Bradley <br />Cole Residence: 162 South Terrace Fremantle<br />Project: additions, alterations to existing residence<br />Owner: Daniel Cole<br />Designer: Interface Architecture and Building (Victoria Cole)<br />Builder: as above <br />Former Trades Hall, 6 Collie Street Fremantle <br />Project: Conservation and adaptation to a residence and office<br />Owner: Dawn and Mark Quackenbush<br />Architects: Gerard McCann Architects<br />Builder: Davrob Constructions <br />Fremantle Arts Centre: 1 1-21 Finnerty Street<br />Project: restoration – various stages<br />Owner: vested in the City of Fremantle <br />Architects: Stages 1-3 Considine Architects Stage 4 Slavin Architects <br />Fremantle Prison: 1 the Terrace, Fremantle<br />Project: Main Cell Block – conservation works<br />Owner:The Minister for Works – Building management & Works<br />Architects: Philip Griffiths Architects <br />Builder: Multitech Engineering<br />Strelitz Buildings: 30 Mouat Street, Fremantle<br />Project: conservation (reconstruction and restoration) of the facade <br />Owner: Kerry and Ruth Hill <br />Architects: Kelsall Binet Architects <br />Builder: Clinton Long Project Managemen<br />
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  11. 11. Conservation Heritage Commendation<br />Compatible Infill Development <br />Lance Holt School – Henry Street Fremantle <br />Owner: Lance Holt School<br />Architect: Donavon Payne Architects<br />Builders: W Fairweather & Son<br />
  12. 12. Conservation Heritage Award Winner<br />Compatible Infill Development <br />St Patrick’s Primary School – Ellen Street Fremantle <br />Owner: Roman Catholic Archbishop of Perth<br />Architect: Slavin Architects Pty Ltd<br />Builder: Western Projects<br />
  13. 13. Conservation Heritage Commendation<br />Conservation of a Heritage Place – residential <br />12 Corkhill Street, North Fremantle<br />Owners: Nathan & Lyndall Hewitt<br />Architect: Max Hewitt<br />
  14. 14. Conservation Heritage Commendation<br />Conservation of a Heritage Place – residential <br />37 Holland Street, Fremantle<br />Owners: David and Mary Jones <br />Architect: Gerard McCann Architect<br />Builder: Quaine Constructions<br />
  15. 15. Conservation Heritage Award Winner<br />Conservation of a Heritage Place – residential <br />162 South Terrace, Fremantle<br />Owner: Daniel Cole <br />Architect / Builder: Victoria Cole<br />Interface Architecture and Building<br />
  16. 16. Conservation Heritage Commendation<br />Conservation of a Heritage Place - Adaptation<br />B Shed, Victoria Quay, Fremantle<br />Owners: Fremantle Ports <br />Architect: Brooking Design Practice<br />
  17. 17. Conservation Heritage Award Winner<br />Conservation of a Heritage Place - Adaptation<br />Former Trades Hall: 6 Collie Street, Fremantle<br />Owners: Dawn and Mark Quackenbush<br />Architect: Gerard McCann Architect<br />
  18. 18. Conservation Heritage Commendation<br />Conservation of a Heritage Place – non residential <br />Former Commissariat Buildings, Fremantle<br />Owners: Western Australian Maritime Museum<br />Architect: Kelsall Binet Architects<br />Builder: Piero Casellati Building Conservationists<br />
  19. 19. Conservation Heritage Commendation<br />Conservation of a Heritage Place – non residential <br />Fremantle Prison – Main Cell Block<br />Owners: State Government / Minister for Works<br />Architect: Philip Griffiths Architects<br />
  20. 20. Conservation Heritage Award Winner<br />Conservation of a Heritage Place – non residential<br />Fremantle Passenger Terminal, Victoria Quay <br />Owners: Fremantle Ports<br />
  21. 21. Conservation Heritage Award Winner<br />Special Acknowledgement award<br />Alan Kelsall – Kelsall Binet Architects<br />
  22. 22. Fremantle & East Fremantle Heritage Awards 2011<br />congratulations to all the heritage awards entrants <br />and their contribution to the conservation of heritage of Fremantle and East Fremantle<br />

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