2018 Stephen H. Hart Awards for Historic Preservation
2018 Governor's Award for Historic Preservation
Lake County Open Space Initiative: 20 Years of Preserving Place in Lake County
LCOSI is celebrating 20 years of preserving place in Lake County. The initiative’s projects include the cleanup of the Arkansas River, the preservation of Hayden Ranch, documentation of the Derry Mining Camp, the Lake County Ecosystems Management Plan, the Hayden Ranch Trail System interpretive signage, and Ranch Heritage Days.
2018 State Historic Preservation Officer's Award
Hinsdale County, Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment, Town of Lake City, LKA Gold, Lake City DIRT, Inc., Bureau of Land Management, Alpine Archaeological Consultants, Inc.
Ute-Ulay Mine and Mill Stabilization and National Register Nomination
The Ute-Ulay Mine and Mill stabilization project and National Register nomination represent an incredible partnership of a diverse set of public and private interests and backgrounds, made possible by the recognition of the historic value of the site.
2018 State Archaeologist's Award
Britt Bassett (developer), Barry and Cynthia Hillmer (landowners), City of Durango Planning Division
This project exemplifies the successful and respectful implementation of local historic preservation by the City of Durango and a private developer.
2018 Hart Awards
Gary Wardle, Mark Heidt, and Dianne Secord (City of Brighton Parks and Recreation Department); Kathy Lingo and Len Lingo (Avenue L Architects); Marilyn Martorano (Martoranao Consultants); Bill Granda (H.W. Houston, contractor)
The City of Brighton Parks and Recreation Department illustrates excellence in historic preservation and archaeology through its successful acquisition and ten year rehabilitation of the Bromley Farm/Koizuma-Hishinuma Farm located on Bromley Lane in south-central Brighton.
Rio Blanco County Historical Society, Inc., Rio Blanco County
Coal Creek School Restoration
A five-year restoration project of the National Register-listed Coal Creek School.