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on August 26, 2015 1:40 pm EDT
Community Alliance Awards to Acknowledge Contributions to Built Environment
The program honors the individuals, firms, and organizations whose work, leadership, and dedication shape the vibrancy of our communities -- as well as the future of the built environment.
AIA San Francisco announces the expansion of its distinguished Design Awards program with the introduction of Community Alliance Awards.
Ten award categories aim to acknowledge individuals and organizations for their contributions to the community and the enrichment of the quality of life in the Bay Area through their commitment to design excellence. Their continued efforts to engage, educate, collaborate, and advocate elevates the value of design and its impact on the experiences of our daily lives.
"Countless individuals across a multitude of disciplines help to influence the structures that define the city in which we live by the work that they do every day; we are excited to ... honor their achievements and contributions."
—Jennifer Jones, AIASF Executive Director
Nominations will be reviewed by a jury consisting of prominent members of the community including Julie Christensen of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, Tim Culvahouse, FAIA of CulvaHOUSE, John King of the San Francisco Chronicle, and Adrianne Steichen, AIA of Pyatok Architecture + Urban Design. Award recipients will be honored at a banquet in early December at the California College of the Arts Perry Family Event Center.
Award categories include: Alliance Award, Emerging Professional Award, Education Award, Mentor Award, Student Award, Firm Achievement Award, Social Impact Award, Local Government Award, Chapter Service Award, and Revitalization Award. Full descriptions of each award category are available online at (visit link
Submissions will be accepted through September 16, 2015. (visit link
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