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Posted: Thursday, November 7, 2013 9:05 pm

Restore Oregon has named two Oregon State University buildings as DeMuro Award recipients for Excellence in Preservation, Reuse and Community Revitalization.

The Hallie Ford Center and Joyce Collin Furman Hall were selected because of “extraordinary historic rehabilitation projects and compatible infill development,” according to the press release. The Hallie E. Ford Center for Children and Families opened in 2011 as an expansion for the College of Public Health and Human Sciences. Constructed in 1902, the original Furman Hall was renovated and reopened in January 2012.

More details on the award can be found at Restore Oregon’s website under the DeMuro Award section.

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