The DeMuro Awards for Historic Preservation 2019

2019 DeMuro Awards Announced!

In Architecture, DeMuro Awards, Design, Hardware, History, Oregon, Portland, Restoration, Windows & Doors, Woodworkingby Karla Pearlstein

This year’s DeMuro Awards have been announced!

The DeMuro Awards for Historic Preservation 2019

The DeMuro Award is Oregon State’s highest honor for the preservation, reuse, and revitalization of architectural and cultural sites, and honors the impact of these projects on the community. 

This year, twelve projects from across the state have been selected to receive the prestigious 2019 DeMuro Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation. The DeMuro Awards Ceremony will take place during Restore Oregon’s Restoration Celebration Gala on Friday, November 1, 2019. 

With so many worthy projects on the listPreservation Artisans Guild is especially proud to have guild members and board members heavily involved in at least three of these:

DeMuro Awards Featuring PAG Members

Firehouse 17 Restoration & Addition (1912), Portland:

Matthew Roman of Roman Design LLC
Karla Pearlstein Restoring History LLC
Patrick O’Neill of Greenline Fine Woodworking
Christian Wolstencraft Regency Plaster Inc
Donovan Harding Monitor Millwork
Mimi Near Mimi Near Mosaic Studio 
David Schlicker David Schlicker Stained Glass Studio
Cindy and Chris Allen Allen’s Antique Lighting
Scott Tice TICE Industries
J.R. Vanderburg GKA Lighting
David Erickson Erickson’s Antique Stoves
Bo Sullivan and Gwen Jones Bolling & Company
Deann Holtz Portland Art Framing Specialist
Gwen Jones and Karla Pearlstein Portland Floorcloth Design

As well as many other skilled craftspeople and companies who contributed to the success of this project. 

(View the full list of companies and craftspeople who worked on this project.)

M & N Building (1924), Astoria:

John Goodenberger

(View the full list of companies, individuals, and craftspeople who worked on this project)


Silas Beeks House Restoration (1848), Forest Grove:

Matthew Roman of Roman Design LLC
Karla Pearlstein Restoring History LLC
Patrick O’Neill Greenline Fine Woodworking
Donovan Harding Monitor Millwork
Along with many exceptional craftspeople who made this project a success

(View the full list of companies and craftspeople who worked on this project)

Preservation Artisans Guild will be present at the Restore Oregon Restoration Celebration this November. PAG is looking forward to supporting all of the projects slated to receive this special award in 2019.

Silas Beeks House, Restoration completed: 2019