2021 Golden Hammer Awards Entry Form

Golden Hammer Awards 2021 Application

Projects must have been completed after January 1, 2020. All projects nominated must be located in the greater Richmond area (City of Richmond, Counties of Chesterfield, Hanover, and Henrico). One entry per project. Entries must be received by midnight September 12, 2021. Categories include: 1. Best Restoration: Includes restoration by a homeowner, contractor, or developer. Includes historic tax credit projects. 2. Best Adaptive Reuse: Includes projects that were rehabilitated for a new use, multi-family residential and historic tax credit projects welcome. 3. Best New Construction: Includes neighborhood infill. 4. Best Placemaking: Arts and culture projects, park and green-space projects, transportation and infrastructure projects, or other neighborhood enhancing features. 5. Best Residential: Single-family residential projects.
  • Application Contact Information

    Contact information for the person responsible for this application. This person will be the point of contact for this application.
  • First and Last Name of the contact person filling out this form.
  • Email of the contact person filling out this form.
  • Phone number of the contact person filling out this form.
  • Project Information

  • If applicable, please give the name of the project/building. This is the title that will appear in the program. (e.g. "Jackson Modern" or "Foster Made")
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  • Property/Building Owner Information

  • Project Team Information

    Please include the company name and the individual when applicable.
  • If outside of Architecture Firm.
  • If outside of Architecture Firm.
  • If outside of Architecture Firm.
  • If there are other companies involved with the project team you wish to include, please include the company and individual name here.
  • Project Description

    Provide a project description. Describe noteworthy features of project such as design and historic renovation considerations, challenges encountered, risks taken, special populations served, if any. Comment on the project's impact on the surrounding neighborhood. Heavier weight will be given to projects that: 1. Have a positive impact on the surrounding area. 2. Utilize high-quality, sustainable materials. 3. Are creative or innovative in approach. 4. Contribute to the overall revitalization of the community.4. Have successfully negotiated a challenge of historic preservation. This project description will be used for judging purposes.
  • Please include a 1-2 sentence "tagline" to describe your project. This description may be used in media updates and other aspects of the program.
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    Accepted file types: jpg, Max. file size: 8 MB, Max. files: 8.
      Please include 4-8 photos of the project to be used during the judging process. Include Before, After, Interior and Exterior shots. ALL PHOTOS MUST BE LABELED AS: PROJECT ADDRESS_DESCRIPTION_BEFORE/AFTER. Each submission should have a resolution of 72-300 dpi. Save the file in JPG format.
    • Terms and Conditions

      I have read, understood and agree to the following: Historic Richmond and Storefront for Community Design have the rights to use your submission in publication, both in print and online, and in promotions, publications, and exhibitions. Competitors will be credited when submissions are used. All submissions will be archived and will not be returned. The applicant has filled out the form and agrees that all companies involved have been included to the best of their knowledge and owners are aware of the submission.
    • There is an application fee for each entry.
    • $0.00

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