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Awards

Exceptional architecture goes beyond solving programmatic and functional requirements of a building. It elevates the spirit and inspires. The results of our efforts to maintain this level of design excellence are satisfied clients and the recognition we have received for our contributions to the built environment. Achieving and maintaining industry-recognized ideals is an important part of every project we design.

The Eco Schoolhouse

2010 Honor Award for Design Excellence, AIA Mid-Missouri Design Awards: Eco School House at Grant Elementary School, Columbia, Missouri.

1st Place at the 2009 Missouri Literary Festival Sustainable Design Exhibition & Awards: Eco School House at Grant Elementary School, Columbia, Missouri. Awards co-sponsored by The Missouri Literary Festival, US Green Building Council – Missouri Heartland Chapter and MU Extension

2009 First Annual Inspiration Awards, Honorable Mention: Eco Schoolhouse, Columbia, Missouri A national competition sponsored by Contract Magazine to recognize social responsibility in commercial interior architecture where design is used to improve the quality of life for those in need and cause-related work by the commercial interiors community.

2009 Green Building of America Award: Eco School House at Grant Elementary School, Columbia, Missouri. Recognizes the project as one of the top 50 sustainable projects in the Midwest region. Award sponsored by Construction Communications, publisher of Real Estate and Construction Review.

Cape Nature Center

2005 Merit Award, AIA Mid-Missouri Design Awards: Cape Girardeau Conservation Campus Nature Center, Missouri Department of Conservation.

Taylor/Phi Delta Theta Baseball Stadium at Simmons Field, home of the Missouri Tigers-Baseball. Photo by Ed Pfueller

2002 Merit Award, AIA Mid-Missouri Design Awards: Taylor Phi Delta Theta Baseball Stadium – University of Missouri-Columbia.

Peden Residence

1997 Honorable Mention Award, AIA Mid-Missouri Design Awards: Peden Residence; Columbia, Missouri.

The overall campus of Butterfield Youth Services Child and Family Therapy Center is designed to minimize institutional characteristics and emphasize an atmosphere of caring that is more akin to a home and family. Photograph by Deanna Dikeman

1995 Honor Award, AIA Mid-Missouri Design Awards: Butterfield Youth Services, Child and Family Therapy Center; Marshall, Missouri.

1995 World's Fair Competition Entry, Budapest, Hungary.

1995 Third Prize World’s Fair Site Selection: International Competition for 1995 World’s Fair. Budapest, Hungary.

1995 First Prize World’s Fair Master Plan: International Competition for 1995 World’s Fair. Budapest, Hungary.

Boone County Fire Protection District Lake of the Woods Fire Station 1.

1994 Special Recognition AIA Mid-Missouri Design Awards: Boone County Fire Protection District Station No. 1, Boone, County, Missouri.

Textron Automotive Interiors

1994 Special Recognition AIA Mid-Missouri Design Awards: TEXTRON/Automotive Interiors, Columbia, Missouri.

PWA Office circa 1994.

1994 Honor Award AIA Mid Missouri Design Awards: 15 South Tenth Street Building Renovation; Columbia, Missouri.

Passive Solar Home

1984 City of Columbia Energy Conservation Award: Residence at 206 Westwood Avenue, Columbia, Missouri.

HUD Awarded OVE Low Cost Housing

1981 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Optimum Value Engineering Program Competition Award: Low-cost Housing, Columbia, Missouri.

Trombe Wall at The Meadows in Columbia, Missouri.

1980 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Design Competition Award: Trombe Wall Townhouses, Columbia, Missouri.

1980 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Solar Instrumentation Award: Columbia, Missouri.

Community United Methodist Church Addition.

1979 U.S. Department of Energy Passive Solar Commercial Building Award: Community United Methodist Church, Columbia, Missouri.

The Clearview solar home.

1978 U.S. Department of Energy Design Competition Award: Passive Solar Home, Columbia, Missouri.