HONORS & AWARDS

 

Our greatest honor is our clients’ satisfied ownership of their finished projects. We are also proud that our design work has been recognized with over 70 local, regional, and national design awards.


AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS HONOR AWARDS

2008 Honor Award for Interior Architecture: 62 Center for Theater and Dance at Williams, MA*

2000 Honor Award in Regional and Urban Design: The Village of Park DuValle, Louisville, KY*

2000 Honor Award in Interior Architecture: Seiji Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood, Lenox, MA*

1995 Honor Award in Architecture: Seiji Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood, Lenox, MA*

1993 Urban Design Award of Excellence: Back of the Hill Rowhouses, Mission Hill, MA*


AWARDS OF DISTINCTION

2008 Distinguished Achievement Award in Architectural Design of Theaters, United States Institute for Theatre Technology*

2008 Best of Cambridge Award, Architects Category, United States Local Business Association


WELCOME CENTER AT THE BREAKERS

2018 Laurel Award for Exceptional Contributions to Historic Preservation in the Area of Artisanship, Preservation Society of Newport County


SHALIN LIU PERFORMANCE CENTER

2011 Boston Society of Architects Honor Award for Design Excellence

2011 USITT Architecture Merit Award

2011 Build New England Honor Award

2011 Praque Quadrennial: Selected for Exhibition on Music Facilities

2010 Boston Globe: "Best of the New"

2012 Illuminating Engineering Society of North America, Regional Award for Excellence in Lighting

2012 Edmin Guth Memorial Award for Interior Lighting, Regional Award of Merit, IESNA


C. WALSH THEATER

2007 Guth Award for Interior Lighting Design, International Illumination Design Awards


THE MUSIC CENTER AT STRATHMORE*

2007 Praque Quadrennial: Selected for Exhibition on Music Facilities

2006 Award for Interior Design, Boston Society of Architects

2005 Honor Award for Design Excellence, Boston Society of Architects

2005 Honor Award, AIA Maryland

2005 Honor Award of Excellence, AIA Northern Virginia

2005 Merit Award: Potomac Valley Chapter, AIA


‘62 CENTER FOR THEATER AND DANCE, WILLIAMS COLLEGE*

2008 National AIA Honor Award for Interior Architecture

2007 Praque Quadrennial: Selected for Exhibition on Music Facilities

2006 Honor Award, New England Chapter, AIA

2006 Honor Award for Interior Design, Boston Society of Architects

2006 Merit Award, United States Institute for Theatre Technology

2005 Higher Education Facilities Award, Boston Society of Architects

2005 Award for Design Excellence, Boston Society of Architects

2005 National Merit Award, American Institute of Steel Construction, Inc.


SEIJI OZAWA HALL AT TANGLEWOOD*

2000 Honor Award in Interior Architecture, American Institute of Architects

2000 Honor Award in Interior Architecture, Boston Society of Architects

1995 Honor Award in Architecture, American Institute of Architects

1996 Merit Award, Wood Design: American Wood Council

1995 Brick in Architecture Award, Brick Institute of America

1995 Honor Award in Architecture, United States Institute for Theatre Technology

1995 Grand Award Winner, National Association of Home Builders

1995 16th Annual Awards Issue, Interiors: Best in Recreation and Entertainment Design

1995 Citation for Lighting Design, International Association of Lighting Designers

1995 Award of Excellence, Architectural Woodwork Institute

1994 Honor Award in Architecture, New England Chapter, AIA

1994 Boston Society of Architects Honor Award

GREEN MUSIC CENTER, SONOMA STATE UNIVERSITY*

2017 North Bay Bohemian: Best Outdoor Music Venue

2016 North Bay Bohemian: Best Outdoor Music Venue

2014 CSU Facilities Management Conference: Best Practice in Architecture and Engineering Award

2014 CSU Facilities Management Conference: Overall Best Practice Award

2012 North Bay Business Journal: Top Real Estate Projects Special Award


STUDZINSKI RECITAL HALL, BOWDOIN COLLEGE*

2012 National AIA/CAE Educational Facility Design Award

2011 Boston Society of Architects Sustainable Design Award

2008 Merit Award in Architecture, United States Institute for Theatre Technology

2007 Higher Education Facilities Award, Boston Society of Architects


KOKA BOOTH AMPHITHEATER*

2003 Design Award, AIA North Carolina

2003 International Illumination Award, Illumination Engineering Society of N. America

2002 Honor Award in New Architecture, United States Institute for Theatre Technology

2002 National Winner for Innovative Design and Excellence in Architecture Using Structural Steel

2001 Design Award, Boston Society of Architects

2001 Honor Award in Architecture, New England Chapter, AIA


GLAVIN FAMILY CHAPEL, BABSON COLLEGE*

2003 Higher Education Facilities Design Award, Boston Society of Architects

2002 Honor Award for Design Excellence, BSA/IIDA/ASID Interior Architecture/Interior Design Awards Program

2001 Design Award, Boston Society of Architects

2001 Honor Award in Architecture, New England Chapter, AIA

2001 Religious Art and Architecture Design Award, Faith & Form Magazine

1998 Commercial/Institutional/Industrial Excellence Award, Associated Builders and Contractors


A WOODLAND HOUSE²

2002 Honor Award in Housing, Boston Society of Architects


MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE SUSTAINABILITY GUIDELINES³

2008 Campus Planning Honor Award: Boston Society of Architects

TANG CENTER FOR MANAGEMENT EDUCATION, MIT

1996 Honor Award for Design Excellence: Boston Society of Architects

1996 New England Honor Award for Design Excellence: AIA

1996 Scholarship Award: Metal Construction Association

1996 Best Institutional Facility, Honorable Mention: National Commercial Builders Council


COLUMBUS FIRE STATION NO. 6*

2001 Honor Award for Design Excellence, Boston Society of Architects

2000 Honor Award in Architecture, New England Chapter, AIA


DONALD W. REYNOLDS CAMPUS CENTER, BABSON COLLEGE*

2001 Merit Award in Architecture, New England Chapter, AIA


RICHARD SORENSON PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, BABSON COLLEGE*

2000 Honor Award in New Architecture, United States Institute for Theatre Technology


JULIET LYELL STAUNTON CLARK MUSIC CENTER*

2001 Illumination Design Award, New England Section, Illuminating Engineering Society


CELEBRATION SCHOOL AND TEACHING ACADEMY*

2001 Award of Excellence for Outstanding New Community, Urban Land Institute


SUMMIT RESIDENCE HALLS, TRINITY COLLEGE*

2001 Honor Award for Architecture, Boston Society of Architects

2001 Excellence in Design Award, Connecticut Chapter of the American Institute of Architects


A HOUSE IN CAMBRIDGE

2000 Honor Award in Architecture, Boston Society of Architects


BELL/COOLEY RESIDENCE*

1997 Honor Award in Architecture, Boston Society of Architects


RESIDENTIAL VILLAGE, BATES COLLEGE*

1996 Honor Award for Design Excellence, Boston Society of Architects

1994 Citation, New England Chapter, AIA


KEENE STATE COLLEGE CAMPUS CENTER*

1996 Illumination Design Award, Illuminating Engineering Society


FORRESTAL-BOWLD MUSIC BUILDING, PHILLIPS EXETER ACADEMY*

1996 Honor Award for Design Excellence, Boston Society of Architects


BOARDING HOUSE PARK PERFORMANCE PAVILION*

1995 Federal Design Achievement Award, National Endowment for the Arts

1992 Honor Award, Waterfront Center, Washington, DC


BACK OF THE HILL ROWHOUSES*

1993 Urban Design Award of Excellence, American Institute of Architects

1994 Metropolitan Home, "Design 100"

1991 Urban Design Award (First Award), Boston Society of Architects

1990 Excellence in Housing Award, American Institute of Architects

1989 Design Excellence in Housing Award, Boston Society of Architects


ACEC MASSACHUSETTS GAMING COMMISSION 

2017 Engineering Excellence Bronze Award: Massachusetts Gaming Commission for analysis of slot, parlor, and resort casino applications


CORSON BLOCK VISITOR CENTER³

2010 Preservation Award for Rehabilitation and Restoration: MA Historical Commission


PASSENGER TERMINAL, NANTUCKET AIRPORT³

2010 Renovation/Modernization (less than $30 million) Award: Construction Management Association of America


ALBANY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LANDSIDE IMPROVEMENT³

2000 Top Projects of 2000: New York Construction News

2000 Merit Award for Infrastructure: New York Construction News “Best of 2000”

 

* Completed by Alan Joslin as a Principal-in-Charge of Design and/or Project Architect with William Rawn Associates, Architects, Inc.
² Completed by Deborah Epstein as Principal of Deborah Epstein Architect
³ Completed by Ray Porfilio as Principal-in-Charge and/or Project Manager at AECOM (formerly TAMS Architecture)
⁴ Completed by Ray Porfilio as Principal-in-Charge and/or Project Manager at Ellenzweig Associates