O’More Faculty Honored in 2017 Heritage Foundation Preservation Awards Ceremony

O’More Faculty Honored in 2017 Heritage Foundation Preservation Awards Ceremony

Each May the Heritage Foundation hosts an annual meeting and preservation awards ceremony to recap the past year’s projects and celebrate outstanding historic preservation work in Williamson County.

The 50th Annual Preservation Awards ceremony, which was held on May 15, 2017 at the Franklin Theatre, recognized both rehabilitations of residential and commercial structures, and new construction projects that complement the historic character of Williamson County.

Congratulations to O’More Interior Design Professor of Practice Don Burke, who was the architect for the Commercial & Overall Winner, Mike & Jodi Wolfe’s building at 345 Main Street.

O’More Interior Design faculty member C. Kevin Coffey was also recognized as a nominee for his work on Roger Walters’ historic tudor at 119 Lewisburg Avenue.

Photo: Jodi Wolfe pictured with David Garret, HF Board President, architect Don Burke & builder Noel Jones

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