Byrne-Reed House

Awards and Designations
 

Since the completion of the project in August 2010, the Byrne-Reed House restoration has received eleven architectural awards and has been designated an Austin Historic Landmark.


Texas Masonry Council Golden Trowel Award 

  • Awarded to Byrne-Reed House Restoration project team in July 2012.

Texas Downtown Association Presidents Award for Best Restoration 

  • Awarded to Byrne-Reed House Restoration project team in November 2011.

The Institute of Classical Architecture (Texas Chapter) John Staub Honor Award

  • Awarded to Byrne-Reed House Restoration project team in September 2011.

AIA Austin Design Awards Citation of Honor

  • Awarded to Clayton&Little for the Byrne-Reed House Restoration in April 2011

Austin Business Journal Best Real Estate Award for Rehabilitation

  • Awarded to Byrne-Reed House Restoration project team in April 2011.

Austin Historic Landmark

  • Approved unanimously by the City of Austin Historic Landmarks Commission, Planning Commission, and City Council in March 2011.

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Historic Presentation Recognition Award

  • Awarded to Humanities Texas for Byrne-Reed House Restoration in March 2011.

Preservation Texas Preservation Honor Award

  • Awarded to Byrne-Reed House Restoration project team in March 2011.

Texas Historical Commission Award of Excellence in Historic Architecture

  • Awarded to Clayton&Little for Byrne-Reed House Restoration in February 2011

Texas Construction’s Best Renovation/Restoration Project

  • Awarded to Byrne-Reed House Restoration project team in December 2010.

Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc Excellence in Construction Award for Historical Restoration

  • Awarded to Journeyman Construction, Inc. for Byrne-Reed House Restoration in October 2010.
Rebecca Kohout from the Thankful Hubbard Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution presents Michael L. Gillette, Humanities Texas executive director, and Michael L. Klein, Humanities Texas vice chair, with a Historic Preservation Recognition Award.