2013 Design Award Winners

April 1, 2013

East Hants is one of the fastest growing Municipalities in Nova Scotia. With that excitement, comes a constantly changing built environment. East Hants wants to celebrate those who have taken the extra care and effort to make East Hants a more beautiful place to live by investing in our built environment through the East Hants Design Awards.

Certificate of Excellence

Townsend Lynch Country Estates Limited for a subdivision design that included placing 249 acres of important wetland habitat in public ownership.

A map outlining a subdivision plan with a large open space area.

Convent Lane Townhouses Inc. for creating unique rental accommodations for residents of East Hants as well as being one of the first Energy Star buildings in Nova Scotia.

A row of olive green townhouses with brown rooves.

Daryl Boyce for the sensitive restoration of a historic home that was significantly deteriorated and in danger of being lost.

A light orange historic building with a beige wrap around porch.

East Hants Arena Limited for making a positive contribution to the social well being of East Hants residents and for creating an aesthetically pleasing recreation facility.

A two-storey grey brick atrium addition to an existing red brick arena.

Certificate of Merit

Enfield and District Lions Club Association for creating a safe and stimulating place for children to play.

A bright purple and golden yellow playground.

The Magnolia Continuing Care Facility for creating a pleasant built environment for local seniors needing continuing care.

A two-toned beige brick building with a portico.

Honourable Mention

Harvey Architecture Limited for making a positive contribution to the built environment with their attractive and functional design of the expansion of the Lloyd E. Matheson Centre.

An illustrated design drawing of a large brick building.

I.T.S. Construction Inc. for the high quality finish in the construction of their commercial building and premises, located in the Mount Uniacke Business Park.

Two beige office buildings on a newly paved road.

Anthony Kawaski and Jonahan Twinley – The Old Parsonage for their renovation and innovative reuse of The Old Parsonage as an artist’s retreat.

A white historic building surrounded by fall leaves.

For more information about the East Hants Design Awards call the Planning & Development Department at 902-883-3387 or email planning@easthants.ca.

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