THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES WILL BE CONSIDERED BY THE JURY:
THE JURY WILL CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES:
(Awards bestowed upon Architects/Designers)
ROBERT AND LOUISE BETHUNE AWARD
Recognized as the highest award that AIA Buffalo/WNY can bestow on an architect. The Bethune Award will be awarded to an individual in recognition of a lifetime of notable contributions to the profession of architecture through practice, mentorship, and community leadership.
EDWARD B. GREEN DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD
Awarded to an individual or group who has performed outstanding service to the local AIA Chapter.
ROBERT T. COLES DIVERSITY AWARD
This honor is awarded to an individual who has contributed significantly to the local profession of architecture through advancement of diversity.
This award is awarded in recognition of an architecture firm, whose primary office is located within the boundary of the Buffalo/WNY Chapter that has shown outstanding contributions to the community, advancement of the profession, intern development, or for producing distinguished architecture.
Awarded to an individual or group who has inspired and developed architectural students, interns, or architects with professional guidance and wisdom.
YOUNG ARCHITECT AWARD
To recognize an individual who at an early state of their architectural career has shown exceptional leadership in design, education and/or service to the profession – registered 10 years or less.
FRIENDS OF ARCHITECTURE
(Awards bestowed upon non-Architects)
ALLIED MEMBER AWARD
This award is awarded to the individual Allied Member or Partner Company who has contributed significantly to the profession of architecture through their membership and participation in the local Chapter.
COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD
Presented to an individual or group who has performed outstanding volunteer service on behalf of, or relating to the built environment.
JOSEPH SIRACUSE AWARD
Presented to an individual who has demonstrated the highest, most consistent and supportive professional relationship with the architectural community.
(A partnership with the Buffalo Architecture Foundation) Refer to the separate information package which can be found here.