Green’s Grocery & Café and Howard College were among the four winners of the 2014 Development & Design Awards, which were handed out Tuesday night at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts.

Presented by the City of San Angelo’s Planning and Development Service Department and co-sponsored by the Home Builders Association of San Angelo and the San Angelo Association of Realtors, awards were presented in the following categories:

  • Adaptive Reuse – Green’s Grocery & Café was cited as a shining example of a sustainable design by renovating or creatively reusing an existing building – in this case, a former Luby’s cafeteria at 4240 Southwest Blvd. The developer was BBS Ventures Management and the contractor was Century Builders.
  • Architectural Commercial Design – Howard College’s new student center was honored as an outstanding architectural design in new construction. The facility’s architect was Parkhill, Smith & Cooper, Inc. of Lubbock and its contractor was Lee Lewis Construction.
  • Landscape of the Year – The Concho River revitalization project was honored as a superior investment in high-quality commercial landscaping design. The project was designed by Kinney Franke Architects. Construction Manager David Knapp served as the City’s liaison on the project.
  • Residential Design – The Cunningham residence at 2666 Kings Road was lauded as an outstanding home design in new construction. The home’s builder was Todd Whittley Construction.

    Photos of the winners can be viewed at cosatx.us/DevelopmentServices.