Projects T - Z

Tres Rios Recreation Components
Design and construction of trails, trailheads and other recreation components at the Tres Rios Wetland project.

Funding Source: Office of Arts and Culture, Water Services Department and Army Corps of Engineers
Contact: Chris Ewell (602) 534-5292


Tres Rios Recreation
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Winship House Interior Renovation
216 W. Portland St.

Dr. Werter D. Shackelford and Sara T. Shackelford moved into the house in 1919. The rich textures of the wood shingle roof and the natural red brick combined with attractive gable details such as dentils and half-timbering, to create a singularly fine example of a house in the Arts and Crafts Movement.

August 22, 1923 Fred E. Winship, president of the Peoples Loan and Investment Company, later called Winship Loan Plan Company.

Construction modifications occurred in 1930, 1947, 1949 in late 1980's converted to a multiple family dwelling at which time the interior was modified to add many walls. The exterior of the house is largely as it was originally constructed, including original wood windows and trim. 


This facility will host the staff for Japanese Friendship Garden, Camp Colley Foundation and Parks Foundation. 

Grand Opening Held May 10th 2013

Funding: Historic Preservation Office, Phoenix Parks and Preserve Initiative

Contact: Tom Byrne (602) 262-4897


Winship House
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