Community Alliance Awards
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2016 Awards Breakfast and Ceremony
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2016 FROM 9:00 TO 11:30 AM
CCA'S PERRY FAMILY EVENT CENTER (350 KANSAS STREET, SAN FRANCISCO)
AIASF is celebrating the mission driven accomplishments of our award recipients and the nonprofit community to make San Francisco a beautiful, affordable, and resilient city for everyone! On December 9, AIASF is partnering with the California College of the Arts' Center for Art and Public Life, an educational institution focused on changing the world through community engagement, to host the Community Alliance Awards Breakfast. Together, with the support and participation of all citizens, we are working to strengthen the future of our built environment!
Alliance AwardCarla Jean Johnson, City and County of San Francisco, Mayor's Office on Disability†
Steven H. Oliver, Oliver Ranch
Chapter Service AwardCatherine Nueva-España
Gregor Stewart, ALR
John Sealander, AIA, Ratcliff
Citizen ArchitectRose McNulty, AIA, Asian Neighborhood Design†
John Schlesinger, AIA, Architect
Education AwardArchibald Woo, AIA, Wooarchitecture
Emerging Professionals AwardLily Weeks, Assoc. AIA, WRNS
Firm Achievement AwardSiegel & Strain Architects
The Community Design Center
Local Government AwardDiana Sokolove, San Francisco Planning Department
Mentor AwardDoris Guerrero, AIA, California College of the Arts
Social Impact AwardDeanna Van Buren, AIA, Designing Justice + Designing Spaces & FOURM design studio
Rebuilding Together San Francisco
Student AwardGuerrilla Street Museum, California College of the Arts
ARH 250 Studio, Academy of Art University
About AIASF's Community Alliance Awards program
AIA San Francisco’s Design Awards program celebrates the best in architecture, design, and sustainability in the Bay Area. The introduction of Community Alliance Awards expands the program to honor the individuals, firms, and organizations whose overall work, leadership and dedication shape the character and vibrancy of our communities and the future of our built environment.
In recognition of their contributions to the advancement and enrichment of the quality of life in the Bay Area through their commitment to design excellence, AIASF strives to acknowledge these extraordinary individuals and organizations for their service to the Chapter, to the community, and to the profession. Their continued efforts to engage, educate, collaborate, and advocate elevates the value of design and its impact on the experiences of our daily lives.
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Our 2016 Sponsors
Recognition of an organization or individual outside the profession who have made significant contributions to the improvement of the Bay Area’s built environment. Contributions may include advancement or development of initiatives that promote excellence in architecture; the commissioning of notable additions to the built environment; or activities that raise the public’s consciousness of the importance of excellent design in the shaping of our world and culture.
EMERGING PROFESSIONAL AWARD
Recognition of an individual Associate AIA member or an AIA Architect member who has been registered 10 years or less who exemplifies the highest qualities of leadership and who has demonstrated an unparalleled commitment to AIA San Francisco, to the design and construction industry, to the community, or to other professional organizations.
Recognition of an organization or individual for excellence in the advancement of architectural education through teaching, design, scholarship, research, or service.
Recognition of an organization or individual for their commitment in guiding their fellow professionals as they progress through all stages of their career.
Recognition of an individual student, student team, or student organization who have demonstrated a commitment to the community or the building industry.
FIRM ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Recognition of an architecture firm for outstanding contributions to the community, advancement of the profession, intern development, or for producing distinguished architecture.
SOCIAL IMPACT AWARD
Recognition of an organization or individual for extended commitment to community service or significant contribution evidenced by a positive impact on urban, environmental, or neighborhood issues.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT AWARD
Recognition of an organization or individual who serve as elected or appointed officials, public administrators or institutional leaders who establish and contribute to the development of laws, regulations, policies or initiatives that promote excellence in architecture.
CHAPTER SERVICE AWARD
Recognition of the work of an organization or individual who, by their skill, professionalism, dedication, ability and commitment, or volunteer contributions, have consistently advanced the common goals of AIA San Francisco.
Recognition of business owners, property owners, or a developer who have enhanced the community by making significant improvements to their properties, which have, in turn, had a positive impact on the surrounding area.
Any individual, organization, or firm may be nominated. Those nominated need not be members of AIA San Francisco, however, nominations must be made by a member of the chapter. Individuals may nominate themselves.
Shalini Agrawal, Director at CCA’s Center for Art and Public Life
Michael S. Bernard, AIA, Founder of Virtual Practice Consulting
Susie Coliver, Principal at Herman Coliver Locus Architecture
Patrick Otellini, Chief Resilience Officer at City and County of San Francisco
Program + Special Projects Coordinator