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Watson-Forsberg is grateful to have worked with Emerge on their life changing work. Please see the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota website for the entire list of award winners.


2018 Minnesota Preservation Awards Announced


Award recipients will be recognized during October’s Preservation Alliance gala


(ST. PAUL, Minn.) August 28, 2018 – The Preservation Alliance of Minnesota (PAM) announced today the recipients of its 2018 Minnesota Preservation Awards (MPAs) recognizing outstanding projects, groups and individuals that contribute to Minnesota’s preservation accomplishments. The MPAs will be presented at the 2018 Preservation Alliance Benefit Gala on October 11th, 2018 at the Saint Paul Athletic Club. Tickets will go on sale September 1st and always sell out. Event and ticket information is posted to


This year we received a group of amazing nominations. The response to our call for nominations continues to demonstrate that preserving our heritage is an important value to citizens across the state. PAM assembled a distinguished panel with the difficult task of selecting this year’s award winners. The panel designated eight exceptional nominations for recognition due to their significant contribution to Minnesota’s preservation accomplishments and connection to the mission of the PAM.

Honor Award Winners: See for all the winners.

Emerge Career & Technology Center, Minneapolis, MN – Stakeholders include: Emerge Community Development; Paul Gates Architect, MacDonald & Mack Architects, Lts; Watson-Forsberg Co.; Lisa Kugler; Mattson McDonald Young; Ericksen Ellison & Associates; Lightspaces; Target Commercial Interiors; Faegre Baker Daniels; Twin Cities LISC


About Preservation Alliance of Minnesota

Preservation Alliance of Minnesota is the only statewide, private non-profit organization advocating for the preservation of Minnesota’s historic resources. PAM was established in 1981 by citizens concerned about the loss of irreplaceable segments of our state’s heritage, structures, neighborhoods, and community fabric.

Its mission is to “Lead and inspire people to connect with historic places, promoting community vitality. “To learn more visit