Christine Ussler received the Downtown Visionary Award for her work on so many of Bethlehem’s historic facades.
Artefact was honored for its work on the Simon Silk Mill by the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission.
Christine Ussler was honored as a Woman of Influence by Lehigh Valley Business
“Subtle, respectful, well analyzed.” Artefact received a Special Citation from the AIA Eastern Pennsylvania 2011 Design Awards for the Northampton County Courthouse window restoration and exterior repair project.
Other jurors comments:
“Very thoughtful detailing; beautiful results.”
“Artful management of limited project budget with strategic interventions to preserve historical fabric, replace less sensitive alterations and fix non-functioning construction.”
Read more about the project in Architect Magazine.
Christine Ussler was nominated for the Sustainability Award “presented to the individual that best exemplifies the spirit of sustainable design, construction and management within the Lehigh Valley.”
In recognition of over 25 years of working in historic preservation, Christine Ussler received the Albert W. Leh Award from the South Bethlehem Historical Society.
Artefact received a special citation from the AIA Eastern Pennsylvania 2009 Design Awards for the renovation of the Ambre Studio, Bethlehem, PA.