Award Type: Honorable Mention Award

Awards of Excellence:
Minisa Bridge

The Minisa Bridge Project in Wichita received an Honorable Mention Award for Preservation. To preserve the colored Carthalite ornamented parapets required construction of a new bridge within the shell of the original structure.

Awards of Excellence:
Lanesfield School

The Lanesfield School Project, Edgerton vicinity, received an Honorable Mention Award for Rehabilitation. Work on the 1869 building included stone masonary restoration, window replacement and exterior wood restoration.

Awards of Excellence:
Eagles Lodge #132

Photo by Jeffrey Beall The Eagles Lodge #132 Project in Wichita received an Honorable Mention Award for Rehabilitation. Constructed in 1916 and enlarged in 1921, the building was vacant and threatened with demolition before it was rehabilitated.

Awards of Excellence:
Arkansas Valley Lodge

Constructed in 1910, Arkansas Valley Lodge was home of the Prince Hall Masons, the only Masonic group that Blacks could join at the time. Purchased by the Urban Renewal Authority in 1974, the building was used for storage and by 2000 had become dilapidated making rehabilitation urgent. In 2000, the Sedgwick County Commissioners endorsed a …

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Awards of Excellence:
Curtis Junior High School

After Sitting vacant for more than ten years and with few panes of glass remaining in the windows, Curtis Junior High was purchased by real estate Developers, Pioneer Group, Inc. of Topeka, rehabilitated and reopened last December as senior apartments.  Architect One was the architect for the project, Woltkamp Construction the General Contractor.

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