Birmingham Historical Society Preservation Awards
The Birmingham Historical Society Preservation Awards are presented annually by the Birmingham Historical Society to recognize significant preservation and adaptive re-use projects in the city.
- Innovation Depot, "for recreating a new city center landmark."
- Shepura Men's Center, "for rescuing and reusing the historic school."
- Crane Works, "for sensitive reuse of the historic Shell Oil Plant
- Alabama Folk Art Gallery, Young & Vann Building, "for the exciting mix of folk art and historic fabric."
- Fish Market, Harris Transfer Buildings, "for creating a city center landmark."
- Isherwood residence, Ellard, LLC, Historic Renovations "for excellence in residential rehab."
- 16th Street Baptist Church, "for the exterior stabilization and restoration to its 1963 appearance."
- Davis Architects, BEBCO Building, "for the sensitive reuse of the historic BEBCO garage and warehouse."
- Rialto Theatre, "for the dramatic transformation of the historic Rialto Theatre to home and office."
- Eubanks Building, Jim and Tara Bryant, "for making the city center home."
- Bill Murray (Tutwiler Hotel); Rick Mumalo (McCants residence); and Bob McKenna (W. S. Brown residence/Women's Club House), "for passionate preservation."
- Sam Frazier; Norwood Resource Center; "No Elevated" (Citizens to Save 280); and Slossfield Community Center, "for supporting the public good."
- Phoenix Building, "for Alabama's first mixed-income lofts."
- Ballard Building, "for salvaging and saving."
- Kress Building, "for returning a grande dame to glory."
- Penny, "for saving the Penny dog."
- Jefferson County Rehabilitation & Health Center, "for compassionate care amidst distinguished buildings."
- Center Point School, Robinson School, "for the rescue and reuse of historic schools."
- Zoe's in Forest Park, "for working hard to make it right."
- Cobb Lane Bed and Breakfast, "for pioneering historic hospitality."
- Oak Hill Cemetery, "for assessing resources and developing a conservation plan."
- Tannehill Ironworks and the Iron & Steel Museum of Alabama, "for exemplary collections and exhibits on 19th-century ironmaking."
- Jemison Flats, "for preserving and invigorating the spirit of the place."
- Center for Regional Planning and Design, "for respecting and reviving the historic distribution center."
- Dewberry Building and Phoenix Building, "for the rescue & rebirth of two of Birmingham's oldest business houses."
- Adamson Ford/Alberto Chiesa architect, "for preserving and enhancing an entire city block
- Walter Agee residence (Rucker Place), "for giving this grande dame great new life."
- Madame Blanche Bernard's (Jackson Galleries), "for sensitive and innovative preservation."
- Avondale Villa, "for vision, determination, and hard work."
- Safari Cup, Zoë's at One Federal Place, Sutton Candy Company (Sonya Faye's), and Café Dupont, "for enlivening urban life."
- Alison Glascock and the Highland Park neighborhood, "for advocating preservation in word and deed."
- Nelson Manufacturing/V&W Supply (2024 Building): "for preserving historic warehouse features in an innovative office environment."
- A. G. Gaston Building & L. R. Hall Auditorium: "for sensitive upgrading of Gaston’s seminal headquarters."
- Temple Emanu-El, "for respecting and reviving the historic temple and for sensitive new construction."
- Little Theater (Virginia Samford Theatre), "for preserving and invigorating the spirit of the place."
- Parkside, "for bountiful efforts to enhance the historic showroom and its neighborhood."
- Highland Coffee Company, "for raising the awareness of the 1950s architectural era."
- Slater Sales, "for recreation of an historic wooden storefront."
- Vogue Cleaners signs, "for restoration of historic signage"
- Newspaper Union Building / Magic City Casket, Seaboard Saloon (Brad Morton residence), and V & W Plumbing (Nathan & Nathan P.C.), special awards
- Jefferson County Courthouse, "fore sensitive rescue and reuse of the historic interiors of this major public space."
- Birmingham Publishing Company (ArchitectureWorks), "for skillfull integration of old and new features and uses."
- Graymont School (Jefferson County Office of Economic Opportunity), "for restoring the spirit and physical structure of the school"
- Cathedral Church of the Advent, "for assessing and laboring to preserve the Ohio sandstone walls."
- Highlands United Methodist Church, "for effectively bridging the historic and the new."
- Tire Engineers Two, "for imaginative adaptation to automotive uses."
- Turkey Creek Preserve & Bettye Fine Collins, "for mapping historic and archeological[sic] resources in the future 700-acre nature preserve."
- Rhodes Park, "for championing careful construction."
- Arthur Brown residence, "for rescuing a tornado stricken landmark."
- Roebuck Springs Preservation Society, "for spearheading neighborhood conservation."
- Hardin residence, "for their boundless enthusiasm for living downtown."
- Eugene Enslen residence at 2737 Highland Avenue, by Moody-Sprague Inc.
- Kent's Magic City Dining Room at 2101-2103 3rd Avenue North
- 4th Avenue Historic District on 4th Avenue North
- Magic City Brewery at 420 21st Street South, by Moody-Sprague Inc.
- Rogers Trading Company Building at 2500 1st Avenue North
- Temple Beth-El addition, by Evan Terry & Associates
- 24th Street Viaduct west side
- Arlington-West End Neighborhood Association, Belview Heights Neighborhood Association and East Lake Neighborhood Association; "Special Awards" for developing historic districts
- Pat Sewell, a "Very Special Award" for supporting neighborhood preservation
- Birmingham Ace Hardware building at 316-318 1st Street North by Citizens Federal Savings Bank
- Engel Building at 2126 Morris Avenue by Engel Realty
- Farley Building on 20th Street North at 3rd Avenue North by Farley Ltd and Hadley Church & Co.
- McAdory Building at 2013 1st Avenue North by Hadley, Church & Carlson
- Wilson Building at 2213 Morris Avenue by Nimrod Long & Associates, Renneker Tichansky Architects, Renneker & Co. and James H. Haggard
- The Tutwiler (Ridgely Apartments), 21st Street North at Park Place, by Tutwiler Ltd
- Wooster Lofts at 2321 1st Avenue North by Calder Associates
- Zinszer Building at 2117 2nd Avenue North by Second Avenue Historic Partnership