Design Awards 2014


Historic Preservation — 207 Perry St. 
Awarded for renovation and preservation of a historic structure of one of the first homes built in Castle Rock, providing an outstanding example of the original design, character, and scale of a significant historical building.

Environmental — Plum Creek Water Purification Facility, Castle Rock Water
Awarded for representing appropriate use of Town funds while exhibiting functional aspects of architecture and design, and using state-of-the-art equipment for an efficient water program. 

Commercial Remodel — Plum Creek Church, 960 S. Interstate 25.
  
Awarded for providing a unique architectural statement on the south end of Town. The facade improvements enhance the public view and exhibit a significant upgrade to the site.

Downtown Project — Acme Water Tower, 514 Perry St.
Consistent with the goals and policies of the Downtown Master Plan, the unique series of buildings provides community interest in Downtown and improves the vitality of Downtown businesses, as well as creating opportunity for commerce along with an enhanced pedestrian experience.

Community Character / Sense of Place — Jax Police Dog Statue, 100 Perry St.
Awarded for representing small-town character through recognition of a well-known and highly visible police service dog, who served the community with honor. 

Public Facility — Philip S. Miller Park and MAC (Miller Activity Complex), Castle Rock Parks and Recreation
Awarded for adding outstanding amenities to the Town parks system for use by Castle Rock residents and being an outstanding regional draw for the Colorado Front Range. 

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