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Awards

Stellar Apartments Passive House - 2013 Mayors Choice Award sponsored by the Southwest Oregon Chapter of the A.I.A.

The Cedars - 2013 Community Development Award from the City of Grants Pass.

Alexander Court - 2012 The "Golden Hammer Award" by the Oregon Opportunity Network to honor a multifamily that best demonstrates the ideals of affordability, quality of design, livability, community revitalization and service integration.

Roosevelt Crossing - 2011  Award of Merit in Housing and Community Development from the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO).  2010 Colleagues Choice and 2010 Mayors Choice Award sponsored by the Southwest Oregon Chapter of the A.I.A.

The Lamb Building  - 2011 First Place Colleagues Award in Multifamily Design, People's Choice and 2011 Mayors Choice Award, sponsored by the Southwest Oregon Chapter of the A.I.A. 

The Royal - 2008 First Place Colleagues Award in Multifamily Design, People's Choice sponsored by the Southwest Oregon Chapter of the A.I.A.

Grandview Homes - 2008 Maxwell Award of Excellence presented by The Fannie Mae Foundation in collaboration with the Partnership to End Long Term Homelessness.

The Tate - 2007 Physical Improvements Pioneering Award presented by the Oregon Downtown Development Association.

Yaquina Breeze - 2004 Excellence in Housing Award for Special Housing - Small Developments presented by the State of Oregon Housing and Community Services Department.

Camas Commons - 2002 First Place Multi-Family Design, People's Choice sponsored by Southwest Oregon Chapter of the A.I.A.

Cedar Hills Residence - 2001 First Place Residential Design, People's Choice sponsored by the Southwest Oregon Chapter of the A.I.A.

West Park Orchards - 2001 First Place Multi-family Design, People's Choice sponsored by the Southwest Oregon Chapter of the A.I.A.

Jacobs Lane and Laurel Court - 2001 Award of Excellence in Project Design from the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials.
2000 Governor's Livability Award, presented by Livable Oregon 2000.
1999 Special Recognition Award for Excellence in Architecture, presented by A.I.A. / Southwestern Oregon Design Awards.

Ames Creek Court - 1999 Excellence in Housing Award presented by the State of Oregon Housing and Community Services Department.

Pioneer Commons - 1999 Excellence in Community Services Award presented by the State of Oregon Housing and Community Services Department.
1999 Merit Award for Excellence in Architecture, presented by A.I.A. / Southwestern Oregon Design Awards.

Woodleaf Village - 1999 First Place Award in the Public/Institutional category of the People's Choice Award sponsored by the Southwest Oregon chapter of the A.I.A.

Willakenzie Townhouses - 1998 Oregon Equity Fund III Special Recognition by the Oregon Corporation for Affordable Housing.
1997 Second Place in the People's Choice Award sponsored by the Southwest Oregon Chapter of the A.I.A.

 

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