AIA Colorado Awards


Congrats, Award Winners!


Congratulations to the winners of the AIA Colorado 2013 Design and Honor Awards! Each winner was recognized on Friday, Oct. 11, during a presentation at Keystone Resort and Conference Center in Keystone, Colo.

The following 10 architectural design awards were selected from 124 entries submitted by members of AIA Colorado. The awards were presented by Jury Chair Ruth Baleiko, AIA, of The Miller Hull Partnership (Seattle).

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

Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse (Grand Junction, Colo.) Honor Award for Built Architecture
Project: Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse (Grand Junction, Colo.)
Firm/Architect: The Beck Group (Denver); Westlake Reed Leskosky (Cleveland)
Sunshine Canyon House (Boulder, Colo.) Honor Award for Built Architecture
Project: Sunshine Canyon House (Boulder, Colo.)
Firm/Architect: renée del gaudio architecture (Boulder, Colo.)
Cherry Hills Village/South Metro Fire Rescue Joint Public Safety Facility (Cherry Hills Village, Colo.) Honor Award for Built Architecture
Project: Cherry Hills Village/South Metro Fire Rescue Joint Public Safety Facility (Cherry Hills Village, Colo.)
Firm/Architect: Roth Sheppard Architects, LLP (Denver)
Phoenix College Hannelly Center Addition & Renovation (Phoenix) Merit Award for Built Architecture
Project: Phoenix College Hannelly Center Addition & Renovation (Phoenix)
Firm/Architect: RNL (Denver)
University of Colorado Denver Architecture School (Denver) Citation Award for Interior Architecture
Project: University of Colorado Denver Architecture School (Denver)
Firm/Architect: RNL (Denver)
Turner Construction (Denver) Citation Award for Interior Architecture
Project: Turner Construction (Denver)
Firm/Architect: Gensler (Denver)
Houston Police Department, South Gessner Division (Houston) Citation 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)
Science Building Addition & Renovation at Auraria Higher Education Center (Denver) Citation Award for Built Architecture
Project: Science Building Addition & Renovation at Auraria Higher Education Center (Denver)
Firm/Architect: Anderson Mason Dale Architects (Denver)
Marquez Hall School of Petroleum Engineering at Colorado School of Mines (Golden, Colo.) Citation Award for Built Architecture
Project: Marquez Hall School of Petroleum Engineering at Colorado School of Mines (Golden, Colo.)
Firm/Architect: Anderson Mason Dale Architects (Denver); Bohlin Cywinski Jackson (Seattle)
Kent Denver Dining Hall (Englewood, Colo.)
Citation Award for Built Architecture
Project: Kent Denver Dining Hall (Englewood, Colo.)
Firm/Architect: Semple Brown Design, P.C. (Denver)

In addition to the design awards, six honor awards were presented by Honor Awards Jury Member Chris Green, FAIA (Ago Studios, Inc.).

Firm of the Year
Shears Adkins Rockmore Architects (Denver)
This award recognizes a firm that has contributed to the profession and has set an example both in design and leadership in the state.

Architect of the Year
David Tryba, FAIA | Tryba Architects (Denver)
This award recognizes the following fields of achievement: outstanding service to the profession of architecture in Colorado, outstanding service in the field of architectural education, outstanding achievement in the field of design or allied arts to the benefit of the profession of architecture, outstanding public service to the people of Colorado and outstanding service to the building industry of Colorado.

25 Year Award
Hotel Boulderado (Boulder, Colo.)
This award recognizes a project in Colorado completed at least 25 years ago that has withstood the "test of time” and still functions in its original capacity.

Award for Contributions to the Built Environment by a Non-Architect
Studio NYL Structural Engineers (Boulder, Colo.)
This award recognizes outstanding accomplishments by a non-architect in Colorado, who has demonstrated exemplary achievement in contributing to the quality of the built environment.

Leadership Award(s)
Michael Hicks, AIA | Powers Products, Inc. (Denver)
Maria Cole, AIA | klipp | a division of gkkworks (Denver)
This award recognizes the leadership of a member of AIA Colorado that may be exhibited through AIA or any public organization or forum within Colorado that results in better public awareness of the profession or more livable and sustainable buildings or communities.



Thank You!


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

EXCLUSIVE BAR SPONSOR

Rocky Mountain Prestress


GENERAL GALA SPONSOR

Golden Triangle Construction




Archive


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