Heritage Winnipeg's 25th Annual Preservation Awards

2010 Preservation Awards of Excellence: February 15th, 2010


Thank you to the Independent Judging Committee:
  • Les Stecheson, Stecheson Architects
  • Philip Reynolds, Architect
  • Neil Einarson, Province of Manitoba
  • Jim Kacki, Architect and Heritage Winnipeg Board Member

Conservation Award Winners

Institutional Conservation Award

  • The City of Winnipeg, for the restoration of the Waddell Fountain, a historic and unique civic monument that is an integral component of a public park revitalization.
    Accepting: Councillor Harvey Smith
    Board Member: Melanie Matheson - West End BIZ
  • Cohlmeyer Architecture Ltd., for the restoration of the Waddell Fountain, a historic and unique civic monument that is an integral component of a public park revitalization.
  • Alpha Masonry, for the restoration of the Waddell Fountain, a historic and unique civic monument that is an integral component of a public park revitalization.
    Accepting: Kyle Bacon

Councillor Harvey Smith accepting the award for the Waddell Fountain


Accepting the award for the Waddell Fountain
  • The Province of Manitoba, for the Trappist Monastery Ruins, for careful attention to an accurate and detailed restoration of an important provincial landmark.
    Accepting: Ryan Wakshinski
    Board Member: Jordan van Sewell
  • Alpha Masonry, for the Trappist Monastery Ruins, for careful attention to an accurate and detailed restoration of an important provincial landmark.
    Accepting: Kyle Bacon
    Board Member: Jordan van Sewell
  • Bridgman Collaborative Architecture, for the Trappist Monastery Ruins, for careful attention to an accurate and detailed restoration of an important provincial landmark.
    Accepting: Marcella Poirier
    Board Member: Jordan van Sewell

Board member Jordan van Sewell presenting the award for the Trappist Monastery Ruins

Commercial Conservation Award

  • Mark & Rick Hofer, owners, for the former Frost and Wood Warehouse, known now as the Edge Apartments at 230/232 Princess Street, for the exceptional rehabilitation of a building with attention to detail, displaying the innovative adaptive re-use and historic features.
    Accepting: Mark and Rick Hofer
    Board Member: Elizabeth Fleming
  • Colin Neufeld of 5468796 Architects, for the former Frost and Wood Warehouse, known now as the Edge Apartments at 230/232 Princess Street, for the exceptional rehabilitation of a building with attention to detail, displaying the innovative adaptive re-use and historic features.
    Accepting: 5468796 Architects unable to attend
    Board Member: Elizabeth Fleming

Mark and Rick Hofer with board member Elizabeth Fleming

Distinguished Service Award Winner

  • Awarded to Gordon Sinclair for his Winnipeg Free Press columns pivotal to raising public awareness about the Upper Fort Garry project.
    Accepting: Gordon Sinclair
    Board Member: Shelly Slobodzian
Distinguished Service Award Winner Gordon Sinclair
Distinguished Service Award Winner Gordon Sinclair and board member Shelly Slobodzian
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