14. November 2011 · Comments Off on Paul Hubert and Pathways Skill Development Receives ACO Award · Categories: Announcements

from left to right: Paul Hubert, Executive Director, Pathways Skill Development; Susan Ratcliffe, President of the ACO; Frank Pal, Vice President of Woodcliffe Landmark Properties, the Host Sponsor.

The Architectural Conservancy of Ontario (ACO) awarded Paul Hubertand the Board of Directors of Pathways Skill Development & Placement Centre with the 2011 A.K. Sculthorpe Award for Advocacy for their role in the restoration of the Red Antiquities Building.

“Pathways is deserving of this award because they, for the very first time, embraced a built heritage project and in so doing helped create a template for possible future projects both in London and elsewhere,” says Genet Hodder, President of the ACO London Chapter. “Paul Hubert and his organization should be commended for promoting heritage restoration in the community and for providing a point of pride for the approximately 60 workers engaged in the project.”   

 Paul Hubert received the award at the ACO Annual Awards Dinner held Friday, November 11th at the Arts and Letters Club inToronto.

 The A.K. Sculthorpe Award for Advocacy recognizes an individual, an informal group or an established non-profit organization that, at a critical point, achieved exemplary success in solving a significant heritage crisis. The people involved have demonstrated leadership in the field, integrity and the ability to be inclusive and communicate the value of heritage conservation to others.

For more information on the 2011 ACO award winners, click here

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