Walnut Creek, CA (PRWEB) July 27, 2008
Tom Anderson, together with Rich Sucre, from Page and Turnbull, and Keith Venter, from NASA Ames's Historic Preservation Office, will be a recipient of the 2008 Preservation Design Award for their work on the "Evaluation of Historic Resources Associated with the Space Shuttle Program at NASA Ames Research Center". The non-profit California Preservation Foundation (CPF) recently announced that the report was recognized in the "Cultural Resources Studies and Reports" category.
In announcing the award, CPF executive director Cindy Heitzman praised the team for its "exemplary contribution to the preservation of California's rich and diverse historic resources."
With the space shuttle program scheduled to end in 2010, NASA initiated an historical survey and evaluation of all agency facilities that have supported that program to determine their eligibility for the National Register of Historic places.
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