2018 Awards: Call for Submissions
Please see this link for all necessary information.
Entry Forms Due: September 15, 2018
Submittals Due: September 23, 2018
Awards Presentation: October 19, 2018
In 2016, the jury awarded 11 projects out of 28 submissions.
Honor Award: VMDO - Arlington Discovery Elementary School
Merit Award: Thrive Architecture - Center of Hope Haiti
Merit Award: Alloy Workshop - Rose Hill Drive Studio
Honorable Mention: STANTEC - The Lab School of Washington, D.C.
Honorable Mention: VMDO - VCU Basketball Development Center
Honorable Mention: Thrive Architecture - CATEC IT Academy
The honors program recognizes the best efforts of Virginians who, by profession or avocation, have made creating, preserving, and enhancing Virginia’s communities an important life commitment.
Nominations must be submitted electronically. Nominations should be submitted as one PDF document up to 20 pages (not including letters of support) and no larger than 30 MB.
Eligibility criteria and submission requirements vary by award. Click on the awards listed below for additional details and to review past recipients.
Nominations for all AIA Virginia honors may be made by individual members, by chapter honors committees, by Society committees, or by the Board of Directors itself. Current AIA Virginia Board members and Honors Committee members are not eligible for any award. No member of the Honors Committee may be used as a reference or advisor or be solicited by the candidate or the candidate’s advisor. See the 2015 Honors Committee members.
ADDITIONAL Award Categories
The Milton L. Grigg, FAIA Award is the highest award bestowed on a member architect, is intended to honor a distinguished body of accomplishments, sustained over time, that spans a broad spectrum of the profession and that transcends the scope of normal professional activities. The Award may be awarded at the discretion of the Honors andAwards Committee.
The Chapter Honors are given at the discretion of the Committee to Architects who are members of the Central Virginia Chapter of the AIA and have distinguished themselves in any one of the following categories: design, practice, education, service as “citizen architect”, and service to the profession. The Honor thus may serve as an accolade for the work of an entire career or recognize the current accomplishments of a younger leader. Up to three awards may be bestowed each year.
Community Service is the Chapters award honoring an individual or organization that has made significant and important contributions to the built environment or the public’s awareness of the built environment within Central Virginia. This award may be made each year at the discretion of the Honors and Award Committee.