Jacksonville Historic Preservation Commission Recognizes Local Projects

May 03, 2018  
Emily Lisska

In celebration of National Preservation Month, the Jacksonville Historic Preservation Commission is honoring nine projects and services that promote historic preservation in the Jacksonville area.

National Preservation Month was created by the National Trust for Historic Preservation to spotlight grassroots preservation efforts throughout the country.  Each year, communities take this time to celebrate historic preservation activities in order to create greater public awareness, understanding and appreciation of efforts to preserve local historic resources and heritage. 
 
 
The 2018 Jacksonville Preservation Awards Honorees:
 

Residential Rehabilitation
1817 Bayard Place
     
Centerbeam Construction
     Bobby Handmaker

 
2018 Ernest Street
      Ryan Robbins
      Mark Shields
 
1524 Market Street
      Brandy Boone
      Dustin Marchman
      Philip Guiff
 
2637 College Street
      Luke and Mary Jensen
 

Commercial/Institutional Rehabilitation
Akra Brother’s Building, 1735 N Main Street 
     
John Crispen
      BMorCreative, Inc.
      Sean Johnson Architect, LLC

     

Great Save
Saving the Guaranty Trust and Savings Bank Building, 101 East Bay Street
     BAM Investment Group
     DANIS Construction
     Design Cooperative

 
Spanish American War Gun Emplacements
      North Florida Land Trust
 

Preservation Project/Service
Springfield Fa├žade Grants
     SPAR Commercial Corridor Committee

 

Overall Preservation Service
Emily Lisska