AIA Denver Awards


Congrats, Award Winners!


Congratulations to the winners of the AIA Denver 2013 Design and Honor Awards! Each winner was recognized on Friday, Sept. 27, during a presentation at the History Colorado Center in Denver.

The following 12 architectural design awards were selected from 86 entries submitted by members of AIA Denver. The awards were presented by Jury Chair Juan Moreno, AIA, of JGMA (Chicago).

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(Note: honor awards are the highest achievement, followed by merit, then citation.)

SE Wyoming Welcome Center
Honor Award for Built Architecture
Project: SE Wyoming Welcome Center (Cheyenne, Wyo.)
Firm/Architect: Anderson Mason Dale Architects (Denver)
CertusBANK Branch (Greenville, S.C.)
Merit Award for Built Architecture
Project: CertusBANK Branch (Greenville, S.C.)
Firm/Architect: 4240 Architecture (Denver)
6th Street Residence (Boulder, Colo.)
Merit Award for Built Architecture
Project: 6th Street Residence (Boulder, Colo.)
Firm/Architect: Arch11, Inc (Denver and Boulder, Colo.)
Our Lady of Loreto - Parish Life Center & School (Foxfire, Colo.)
Merit Award for Built Architecture
Project: Our Lady of Loreto - Parish Life Center & School (Foxfire, Colo.)
Firm/Architect: Davis Partnership Architects (Denver); Faleide Architecture Studio, PC (Denver)
University of Colorado Denver Architecture School (Denver)
Merit Award for Interior Architecture
Project: University of Colorado Denver Architecture School (Denver)
Firm/Architect: RNL (Denver)
Belcaro Residence (Denver)
Merit Award for Interior Architecture
Project: Belcaro Residence (Denver)
Firm/Architect: Sexton Lawton Architecture (Denver)
Houston Police Department, South Gessner Division (Houston)
Merit Award for Built Architecture
Project: Houston Police Department, South Gessner Division (Houston)
Firm/Architect: Roth Sheppard Architects, LLP (Denver); Rey de la Reza Architects, Inc. (Houston)
303 (Boulder, Colo.)
Citation Award for Built Architecture
Project: 303 (Boulder, Colo.)
Firm/Architect: Arch11, Inc (Boulder, Colo.)
The Bottle & The Bowl (Denver)
Citation Award for Built Architecture
Project: The Bottle & The Bowl (Denver)
Firm/Architect: Lubowicki Architecture (Denver)
Drive Commercial Building (Denver)
Citation Award for Built Architecture
Project: Drive Commercial Building (Denver)
Firm/Architect: Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture (Denver); Stephen Dynia Architects (Jackson, Wyo.)
Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse (Grand Junction, Colo.)
Citation Award for Interior Architecture
Project: Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse (Grand Junction, Colo.)
Firm/Architect: The Beck Group (Denver); Westlake Reed Leskosky (Cleveland)
Narrow Dwelling (Minturn, Colo.)
Citation Award for Built Architecture
Project: Narrow Dwelling (Minturn, Colo.)
Firm/Architect: VITE Collaborative, LLC (Denver)

In addition to the design awards, seven honor awards were presented by Honor Awards Jury members David Tryba, FAIA (Tryba Architects) and Brandon Anderson, AIA (LIVstudio).

Firm of the Year
Anderson Hallas Architects PC (Golden, Colo.)
Recognizes an AIA-member firm that has contributed to the profession and has set an example in design, service and leadership to AIA Denver.

James S. Sudler, AIA, Award for Contribution to AIA Denver
Dennis Humphries, AIA | Humphries Poli Architects (Denver)
This award recognizes an outstanding contribution to the chapter, including those achievements of people who have, by their professionalism, dedication, leadership, ability and commitment, improved the quality of services offered by AIA Denver.

Award for Contributions by an Allied Design Professional
Charles Keyes, PE, PA | Martin/Martin, Inc. (Denver)
This award recognizes outstanding accomplishments by an allied design professional (interior designer, engineer, contractor, etc.) in the AIA Denver chapter area for contributing to the quality of the built environment.

Phil Milstein Award for Contributions by a Non-Architect
John Desmond, PA | Downtown Denver Partnership (Denver)
This award recognizes outstanding accomplishments by a non-architect in the AIA Denver chapter area for contributing to the quality of the built environment.

25 Year Award
Boettcher Conservatory - Denver Botanic Gardens (Denver)

Recognizes the enduring quality of architectural design, through a project in the AIA Denver chapter area that has withstood the "test of time” and still functions in its original capacity.

Young Architect of the Year
Adam Ambro, AIA | Gensler (Denver)

Recognizes significant contributions made during the early stages of an architect’s career, which exemplify outstanding built or unbuilt work of any scale, as well as projects, initiatives and brilliant beginnings that warrant attention from the profession or the public.

Medal of Achievement
Tania Salgado, AIA | RNL (Denver)

Recognizes an architect that has made significant contributions to the Institute, the profession and the citizens of Denver.



Thank You!


We'd like to thank all of our guests for showing their support of the AIA Denver design community. We would also like to give a special thanks to our gala sponsors who helped make the evening possible!

Exclusive Bar Sponsors


Exclusive Hors d'oeuvres Sponsors

CAD-1, Inc.


Print Sponsor

Ken's Reproductions


Gold Sponsors
Adolfson & Peterson Construction Anderson Mason Dale Architects GE Johnson
JVA Van Gilder Xssentials

Silver Sponsor
Shea Properties

Bronze Sponsors
3PM Design
Cator, Ruma & Associates, Co.
GreenLight Engineering
H+L Architecture
Martin/Martin, Inc.
MOA Architecture
Mortenson Construction
Norris Design | Planning | Landscape
RNL

Friend of AIA Denver Sponsors
Architectural Engineering Design Group
Fentress Architects
The Weidt Group

Friend of the Gala Sponsors
Design Concepts
Facadesign, LLC
MKK Consulting Engineers, Inc.
S.A. Miro, Inc.
Studio NYL Structural Engineers
Viracon



Archive


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