2017 C. Emlen Urban Award Recipients
Presented to individuals or organizations that have demonstrated the vision, wisdom and perseverance to incorporate historic preservation in their long-range plans.
David & Tierney Abel of Elizabethtown; B&D Builders (contractor); Tanglewood Solar & Electric LLC and Haldeman Brothers (subcontractors), The Star Barn
Presented to the owner of any historic structure or site that demonstrates a long-term commitment to conservation and building maintenance best practices to maintain historic significance.
G.R. Klinefelter Underwriters (owner); Yohe (architects); Capstone (contractor), Klinefelter Building
Presented for projects that comply with local, state or national standards for preservation, rehabilitation or restoration of an historic structure or site.
Zamagias Properties (owner); LeFevre Funk (architects), Keppel Building
ADAPTIVE RE-USE AWARD
Presented for projects that reuse an historic structure, site or portion of a building for purposes other than it was originally built.
Drogaris Companies (owner); Tippetts/Weaver (architects), Press Building
COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION AWARD
Presented for projects that enhance a historic district or community that includes historic buildings and improves the quality of life in the neighborhood.
Keith & Lisa Reinhart (owners); CGA (architects), 1702 Lampeter Rd.
MASTER CRAFTSMAN AWARD
Presented for meritorious efforts to save a historic structure through master level building skills and knowledge.
Haldeman Brothers Masonry (Contractors), 1812 Stone Barn
Elizabeth Duffy Johnson
Presented to a journalist or educator who has shown extraordinary support for historic preservation in Lancaster County.
Gregory J. Scott