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2013 Utah Heritage Foundation Heritage Awards


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2013 Utah Heritage Foundation Heritage Awards

  1. 1. Organization SponsorDowntown DevelopersFarmington City Historic Preservation CommissionJones WaldoHistorical Arts & CastingSalt Lake City CouncilContinuing Support Provided By
  3. 3. Adaptive UseLindonLindon City Communityand Senior Center
  4. 4. 1952
  5. 5. Lindon residents from 1952 dedication at 2010 time capsule opening
  6. 6. Additional recognition for this project goes to: Mayor James A. Dain Dain and Associates, Architecture & DesignLindon City
  7. 7. Compatible AdditionSalt Lake City1724 Princeton Avenue
  8. 8. 19371957
  9. 9. AfterBefore
  10. 10. AfterBefore
  11. 11. Additional recognition for this project goes to: Warren Lloyd, Lloyd Architects Joe Arnold, Juab Builders The Art Glass Studio and Supplies KEEP YalecrestJon and Donna Dewy
  12. 12. Stabilization, Restoration or RenovationSalt Lake City3017 St. Mary’s Circle
  13. 13. Additional recognition for this project goes to: Brent Groesbeck, D.B.G. Architecture cityHomecollective Jaren Harbertson, Modern Union Industries Tally Stevens Design Rod Katwyk, Katwyk Tile Carlos Hernandez Artisan Marble & GraniteSteve Goorman & Christa Zaro
  14. 14. Stabilization, Restoration or RenovationSalt Lake CityZCMI Cast Iron Façade
  15. 15. 1910
  16. 16. Additional recognition for this project goes to: Robert Baird, Historical Arts & Casting Justin Giles, Jacobsen Construction Jacobsen Construction Macys Inc. Hobbs & Black Bob Daniels, Daniels Painting TNEMEC Local 27 IronworkersCity Creek Reserve, Inc.
  17. 17. Stabilization, Restoration or RenovationGunnisonCasino Star Theatre
  18. 18. Additional recognition for this project goes to: Casino Star Theatre Foundation Board John Lambert, Abstract Masonry Restoration Craig Paulsen, Paulsen Construction Allen Roberts, CRSA Ryan Sorenson, Jim Sorenson Plastering and Stucco Bruce Walgren, 3D Art Joseph Cipro, Designs for Artful Living Staley Sorenson, Sorenson Electric Brad Taggart, Snow College Art Department Don Hartley, Division of State History Monte Bona & Kim Hyatt, Mormon Pioneer National Heritage Area Lynn LeMone Roland Christensen, Applied Composite Technology Christensen Arms, GunnisonCasino Star Theatre Foundation
  19. 19. Stabilization, Restoration or RenovationOgdenOgden High School
  20. 20. Additional recognition for this project goes to: Brad Smith, Superintendent Ogden CitySchool District Ken Crawford, Ogden City School District Gary Reed, Ogden City School District Bruce Penland, Ogden City School District Ron Bain, Ogden City School District Don Mendenhall, Ogden City School District Greg Brooks, EDA Architects Robert Herman, EDA Architects John Shuttleworth, EDA Architects Scott Later, EDA Architects Reaveley Engineers + Associates Colvin Engineering Associates, Inc Hughes General Contractors Great Basin EngineeringOgden City School District Allen Roberts, CRSA Steve Cornell, CRSA Janis Vause, Ogden Foundation Alan Hall, Ogden School Foundation Rob White, Ogden School Foundation Suzanne Lindquist, Ogden SchoolFoundation Rich Brewer, Ogden School Foundation Carolyn Nebeker, Ogden School Foundation George Hall, Ogden School Foundation Karen Fairbanks, Ogden School Foundation Sondra Jolovich-Motes Dale Wilkinson Spectrum Engineers
  21. 21. Stabilization, Restoration or RenovationSalt Lake CityReservoir Park
  22. 22. Additional recognition for this project goes to: Robert A. Sperling, Project ManagerSalt Lake City Department of PublicUtilities Jeffry Niermeyer, Director Salt LakeCity Department of Public Utilities Thomas Ward, Deputy Director SaltLake City Department of Public Utilities Lee Bollwinkel, Salt Lake CityDepartment of Parks Kyle Shields, District Supervisor SaltLake City Department of Parks Emmy Maloutas, Director Salt LakeCity Department of Parks Janice Lew, Senior Planner Salt LakeCity Planning DivisionSalt Lake City Corp. Cindy Cromer, Reservoir AdvisoryCommittee Esther Hunter ,Reservoir AdvisoryCommittee Gwen Springmeyer, Reservoir AdvisoryCommittee Eric Rice, Ninigret Construction Ben McInnes, MSI Construction Rob Olson, Landscaper Ken Hatfield, Abstract MasonryRestoration Bob Tschaggeny, Artistic Lighting George Deneris, Forsgren Associates Anna Johnson, Forsgren Associates J. D. Simmons, Forsgren Associates
  23. 23. Stabilization, Restoration or RenovationBrigham CityPeter Forsgren Home
  24. 24. 1996Peter Forsgren
  25. 25. Additional recognition for this project goes to: The Ericson FamilyScott & Karen and David Ericson
  26. 26. Stabilization, Restoration or RenovationMantiEzra & Elizabeth Shomaker Home
  27. 27. Ezra Shomaker
  28. 28. Additional recognition for this project goes to: Craig Paulsen, PaulsenConstruction J. Scott Anderson Val Sorenson - carpenter Aaron Hooper -carpenter Omar Vidrio Sr. - crew Manuel Jauregui - crew Ricardo Ruiz - crew Jose Cantreres - crew Leo Garcia, Sr. - crew Leo Garcia, Jr. - crewJim & Shannon Miller Omar Vidrio, Jr. – crew Raul Vidrio - crew Luis Jauregui - crew Danny Winona - electrician Scott Layton - plumbing Doug Blake - cement Dan Corcoran - Earth moving Daniel Najerra - sheetrock Marvin Leatham - Roughcarpentry Roger Leatham - Roughcarpentry
  29. 29. IndividualSpanish ForkDaniel K. Adams
  30. 30. Piece of the original Fort WallRobinson Park
  31. 31. IndividualSpanish ForkDaniel K. Adams
  32. 32. IndividualMt. PleasantMonte Bona
  33. 33. North Sanpete High SchoolGymnasium before Monte gothis hands on it.Wasatch AcademyMt. Pleasant Main Street
  34. 34. Mt. Carmel on Highway 89Ephraim Co-op
  35. 35. IndividualMt PleasantMonte Bona
  36. 36. IndividualFarmingtonMax Forbush
  37. 37. Downtown FarmingtonClark Lane Historic District
  38. 38. 1910 LDS Tithing OfficeHouses in the Clark Lane Historic District
  39. 39. 1940s19522011
  40. 40. IndividualFarmingtonMax Forbush
  41. 41. OrganizationMidway / Boise, IDEarl M. Hardy Foundation
  42. 42. John WatkinsGeorge S. Bonner Residence103 East Main Street
  43. 43. 5 West Main Street8 East Main Street
  44. 44. Midway Brass Band in front of theWatkins residence in 1889.
  45. 45. 110 East Main Street
  46. 46. House andGranary275 EastMain Street30 North 100 West
  47. 47. Anita Kay HardyGregory Kaslo, AIAEarl M. Hardy Foundation
  48. 48. OrganizationTaylorsvilleTaylorsville PreservationCommittee
  49. 49. One-Room School House
  50. 50. Joan C. White, ChairpersonMargaret Player, Vice ChairpersonRoger C. BarkerStan BlakeDonald D. FrameConnie Steadman TaneyBruce & Joan WasdenSusan YadeskieTaylorsville PreservationCommittee
  51. 51. OrganizationSalt Lake CityMayor Ralph Becker and theSalt Lake City Council
  52. 52.  Community Preservation Plan Residential Design Guidelines Commercial Design Guidelines Design Guidelines for Signs inHistoric Districts Historic district designation process Character Conservation Districts Small neighborhood business zone Neighborhood pub ordinance UTA free fare zone Revisions to the demolition ordinance
  53. 53. Local andstate leadersdiscussLegislativeissues
  54. 54. 2013 tasks already underway: Revisiting the citywide residential infill ordinance Creating multi-family design guidelines Revising policies for accessory structure demolition Revising the economic hardship process with respect to thedemolition of landmarked structures
  55. 55. Kyle LaMalfa, ChairCarlton ChristensenLuke GarrottJill Remington LoveCharlie LukeStan PenfoldSoren SimonsenMayor Ralph Becker and theSalt Lake City Council
  56. 56. Lucybeth RamptonLifetime Achievement AwardWilson MartinSalt Lake City
  57. 57. LucybethRampton
  58. 58. Utah’s First Lady, Mary Kay Huntsman
  59. 59. Ground-breaking of the new Bluff Co-op
  60. 60. Wilson MartinLucybeth RamptonLifetime Achievement