Please join us in celebrating achievements in preservation and the people who made them possible. The event will include a presentation of the awards and reception to follow with heavy pūpū in the outdoor courtyard.
See sidebar for event tickets and sponsorship information. Purchase deadline is May 5, 2017.
The Preservation Honor Awards have been presented annually since 1975. The Awards are Hawai‘i’s highest recognition of preservation, rehabilitation, restoration and interpretation of the state’s architectural, archaeological and cultural heritage.
Friday, May 19, 2017
5:00 – 8:00 PM
Fuller Hall & Courtyard
1040 Richards Street
About the Preservation Honor Awards
The Historic Preservation Honor Awards are Hawaii’s highest recognition of projects, organizations, publications or individuals active in preservation, rehabilitation, restoration, or interpretation of the State’s archaeological, architectural, and cultural sites. The Preservation Honor Awards are designed to recognize achievements in interpreting, preserving or restoring Hawaii’s built environment.
Nominations are considered by a committee of professionals who are invited to serve on the Historic Preservation Honor Awards Committee.
Each nomination is considered on its own merit and not in competition with others. The Committee reserves the right to select multiple awards or no awards in each category. Nominations from all counties are encouraged.
Since 1975, the Historic Hawai‘i Foundation has selected historic preservation honor award winners throughout the State of Hawai‘i.
View the entire list of Historic Preservation Honor Award winners from 1975 to the present
- Hawai‘i Theatre Center
- Charles P.M.K. Burrows, Ed.D.
- Mason Architects and the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art
- Nancy Bannick
- W. C Peacock Roofing
- ‘Ahuimanu Taro Complex
- Pacific Aviation Museum
- Loriann Gordon
- Hale o Lono
- YMCA of Honolulu and CDS International
- Wailuku Courthouse
- Hanalei Bridge
- State Representative Corinne Ching
- Lihue Hongwanji
- PBR Hawaii
- Mauna Kea Beach Hotel
- Kona Historical Society
- W. H. Shipman House
- Pohaku: The Art & Architecture of Stonework in Hawai‘i.