The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Jacksonville Chapter has saluted members and projects with the annual Chapter Honor Awards.
Award of Excellence, General Built — Kasper Architects & Associates – St. Thérèse Early Learning Center on County Road 210 W. opened last Spring in St. Johns, FL.
Award of Excellence – General Unbuilt — Haskell Architects – Student Housing Phase II project was designed for Embry-Riddle University for their campus in Prescott, Ariz. It was targeting 67,000 sq. ft.
Award of Merit – General Built — Haskell Architects – The U.S. Coast Guard Maritime Safety and Security Team (MSST) facility was a design/build project for the USCG in Houston, Texas.
Award of Excellence – Residential Built — Renard Architecture – Coastal Residence, set on historic state road A1A, a beach front house designed to incorporate nature and architecture.
Award of Merit – General Built — Ebert Norman Brady Architects – Arlington Community Academy, located in Fort Caroline Road, recently opened.
Award of Merit – Residential Built — Richard Skinner & Associates, Architects – Beach residence
Award of Merit – General Unbuilt — POND, Michael Baker International – The Jacksonville Regional Transportation Center, JTA’s vision of a regional multi-modal hub in the heart of Downtown LaVilla area.
The Chapter Service Award was presented to Kristopher Linster. Jacksonville City Council president Lori Boyer and Dorina Barkini were presented with the chapter’s Community Service Award.
Other honors included the Linda Mack Award being presented to Glenn Hettinger. The Riverside Partnership, Jeff Lane, for 904 Margaret St., was recognized with the Mellen C. Greely Craftsmanship Award.
The Test of Time Award went to Kathryn Stater and Jeff Simpson for The Butterfly House Renovation and Tracey Friley was presented with the President’s Award.