AIA Best Practices in Site Preservation Award
PLEASE NOTE: The AIA is no longer awarding the Best Practices in Site Preservation Award. We are grateful to all of you who, over the years, have supported the award financially and by nominating your peers.
Established in 2011, this annual honor is awarded to groups or projects recognized by their peers for doing exemplary work in the field of site preservation and conservation.
Nominations for this award must be submitted to AIA's Site Preservation Program.
Nominations for the 2018 award are due May 1, 2017.
For further information, contact Ben Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2015 Best Practices in Site Preservation Award: Temple of the Winged Lions Cultural Resource Management
The AIA Conservation and Site Preservation Committee is pleased award the 2015 Best Practices in Site Preservation Award to the Temple of the Winged Lions Cultural Resource Management (TWLCRM) initiative, which was launched in 2009 as a cooperative project by ACOR, the Department of Antiquities of Jordan, and the Petra Archaeological Park to rescue the Temple of the Winged Lions, a majestic Nabataean temple built on a promontory overlooking Petra’s city center. The Archaeological Institute of America hopes that TWLCRM’s efforts will serve as inspiration to others as they look for ways to preserve archaeological heritage.
Year Award Recipient
2017 No award given
2016 Vernon Township Historical Society - Black Creek Indian Site, Vernon, New Jersey
2015 Temple of the Winged Lions Cultural Resource Management - Jordan