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The sculptural facades of two of Balboa Park's most beloved icons, the 1915 California Building and Tower, designed by Bertram G. Goodhue, and the 1926 San Diego Museum of Art, designed by William Templeton Johnson, were starting to fall apart. Chunks of these elaborate facades threatened to fall and possibly cause injury. Damaged areas and cracked tiles were painstakingly restored by Heritage Architecture and Planning, making sure that these treasured buildings will stand safely and beautifully into their second century. For this grand effort in times of deep city budget cuts, we are happy to award Stacy LoMedico, and the city of San Diego Parks Department which Stacy directs, the Landmark Achievements in Restoration Award.
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