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Accomplishments + Awards
The Presidio is the largest preservation effort underway in the United States. A wide range of professional staff trained in historic preservation, archaeology, historic landscape architecture, materials conservation, forestry, and curatorial practices work together to renew and revive the Presidio’s physical legacy which consists of 477 individually significant historic buildings, and more than 180 historic objects including roadways, cannon, gates, walls, and other features.
 
Over the past 15 years, tremendous strides have been taken toward this goal on the part of the Presidio Trust and its partners. Below are some statistics to illustrate the scale of this effort and what’s been accomplished to date.
 
 
 
Awards
The Presidio Trust and its partners have received numerous awards for historic preservation efforts.

 

1997 Honor Award, National Trust for Historic Preservation: Thoreau Center for Sustainability (Buildings 1007-09, 1012-14, 1016, 1000-1004) rehabilitation

 

1998 Honor Award, American Institute of Architects California Council: Thoreau Center for Sustainability (Buildings 1007-09, 1012-14, 1016, 1000-1004) rehabilitation

 

1998 California Preservation Foundation Preservation Design Award: “Guidelines for Rehabilitating Buildings at the Presidio”

 

2000 California Preservation Foundation Historic Preservation Design Award Presidio Fire Station (Building 215) rehabilitation and addition

 

2004 American Planning Association Award for the Presidio Trust Management Plan

 

2005 HGTV/National Trust Partners in Preservation Award for the Pilots’ Row Historic Residential Neighborhood rehabilitation

 

2005 Honor Award, National American Institute of Architects: Bay School of San Francisco (Building 35) rehabilitation

 

2005 Merit Award, National American Institute of Architects Committee on Architectural Education: Bay School of San Francisco (Building 35) rehabilitation

 

2005 Merit Award, International Design Share Awards: Bay School of San Francisco (Building 35) rehabilitation

 

2005 Merit Award, American Institute of Architects California Council: Bay School of San Francisco (Building 35) Rehabilitation

 

2005 Honor Award, Int’l Interior Design Association, Northern California Chapter: Bay School of San Francisco (Building 35) rehabilitation

 

2006 California Preservation Foundation Preservation Design Award: Senspa (Building 1161) rehabilitation

 

2009 California Preservation Foundation Preservation Design Award: La Petite Baleen (Building 933) rehabilitation

 

2009 California Preservation Foundation Preservation Design Award: Arguello Gate stabilization and maintenance

 

2010 California Preservation Foundation Preservation Design Award: Walt Disney Family Museum (Building 104) Rehabilitation

 

2010 California Preservation Foundation Preservation Design Award: Fort Scott Cultural Landscape Assessment

 

2011 California Governor’s Award: Public Health Service Hospital District (view video from the California Office of Historic Preservation)

 

2011 California Preservation Foundation Preservation Design Award: Officers' Club Building 50 Non-Destructive Adobe Testing Report

 

2011 California Preservation Foundation Preservation Design Award: Public Health Service Hospital (Building 1801) / Presidio Landmark Rehabilitation

  

2012 Honor Award, American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter: House of Air (Building 926)

 

2012 California Preservation Foundation Preservation Design Award: Montgomery Street Barracks Buildings 101/103

 

2012 Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards program, Award of Merit in Historic Preservation (SEAONC) Category: Montgomery Street Barracks Buildings 101/103

 

2012 Engineering News Record (ENR) Best Projects of 2012 competition, Best Renovation/Restoration in California: Montgomery Street Barracks Buildings 101/103

 

2012 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) WasteWise “Federal Government Partner of the Year” Honorable Mention Award

 

2013 National Trust for Historic Preservation and Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Award for Federal Partnerships in Historic Preservation: Public Health Service District

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