Missoula Historic Preservation Awards

The Missoula Historic Preservation Awards program is designed in part to promote the preservation, restoration and rehabilitation of historic buildings.  The program recognizes projects, and the participants in these projects, who have met or exceeded the standards established by the Historic Preservation Commission. Scariano Construction has been fortunate to participate in a number of projects that have won this prestigious award.

2011

426 McLeod
Residential New Construction – Compatible Addition

2007

309-313 Eddy
Residential New Construction – Compatible Addition

525 McLeod
Residential New Construction – Compatible Addition

1327 Jackson
Residential New Construction – Compatible Addition

2005

523 East Front
Residential Painted Lady

Missoula Bicycle Works
Renovation and Rehabilitation for Commercial

2003

240 Keith Ave.
Addition, Historic Neighborhood for Residential

420 Woodworth
Addition, Historic Neighborhood for Residential

2001

544 Cleveland
Restoration for Residential

2000

603 Woody
Restoration for Commercial

330 Evans
Most Compatible Addition for Residential

1999

The Johnston Building
New Construction Compatible with an Historic District

600 Cote Lane Interior
Restoration for Residential

1997

The Montana Grand
Restoration, Rehabilitation, Adaptive Reuse for a Residential/Commercial building

Publications

Scariano Construction has been featured in Fine Home Building, This Old House magazine, Flathead LivingWorld Architects and The Missoulian.