By Ross Caniglia, Multimedia Journalist/ Weekend Meteorologist - bio | email
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
It's an award that honors those helping preserve our past.
And, this year, the "Century Award" goes to Jack Bernstein, of State Steel, for his company's work on the Linseed Oil Building, one of Sioux City's oldest existing structures.
The company has helped maintain the building's historic character and transform its first two floors into office space.
A representative from the Historic Preservation Commission says that the building's transition is a testament to those preserving it.
"They are great benefactors. We all inherit these buildings, and sometimes we take care of them, sometimes we don't. And they have a great building that they've taken great care of," said Jim Jung, Chair of the Sioux City Historic Preservation Commission.
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