The 1910 Building at Pilot Mill in Raleigh served as the backdrop for Capital Area Preservation’s Fourteenth Annual Anthemion Awards Presentation on Thursday, September 13, 2007. Anthemion Awards recognize outstanding dedication and committment to excellence in historic preservation. The keynote speaker for the event was Bill Padgett from the Friends of Dorothea Dix Park. Congressman Brad Miller also made a special appearance to speak about the importance of historic preservation to Wake County. The 2007 Anthemion Award recipients were Cherokee Investment Partners, Tise-Kiester Architects, PA, and Empire Hardhat Construction for the commercial rehabilitation of the second and third floor interior of the Heilig-Levine Buidling, 111 E. Hargett Street and 137 S. Wilmington Street, Raleigh; Jim Smith, Pam Troutman, and Patrick Schell for the residential rehabilitation of the Walnut Hill Cotton Gin, 4620 Mial Plantation Road, Shotwell; DTA II, LLC, Jones, Cnossen, and Dolle Engineers, HagerSmith Design, PA, and David Rowland for the commercial rehabilitation of the W.A. Hinton and Son Hardware Building, 221-223 N. Salem Street, Apex; Bruce and Margie Lynch and 2SL Design Build for the residential infill design and construction of the Lynch Residence, 114 S. Cypress Street, Wendell; Oberlin Capital Acquisitions, LLC, Weeks Turner Architecture, and Clancy and Theys Construction Company for the commercial rehabilitation of the Occidental Building, 1001 Wade Avenue, Raleigh; Town of Garner, Ross/Deckard Architects, PA, and Daniels and Daniels Construction for the neighborhood and community impact of the Garner High School Auditorium, 742 West Garner Road, Garner; and Marla Dorrell, Cary Town Council Member, for historic preservation leadership and advocacy.