AASA Honors Architectural Firms Honored at AASA’s National Conference on Education
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Nashville, Tenn. – Feb. 14, 2014 – AASA, The School Superintendents Association, honored today two architectural firms at its National Conference on Education that have exemplified outstanding design and education purpose.
The awards are grouped in two categories:
The Shirley Cooper Award is presented to the project that best meets the educational needs of its students. This year’s honoree is Dull Olson Weekes—IBI Group Architects for its design of the Trillium Creek Primary School at Wilsonville School District, in West Linn, Ore. The superintendent overseeing this project was Bill Rhoades.
The Walter Taylor Award is presented to the project that best meets a difficult design challenge. This year’s honoree is: Integrus Architecture for its design of the Ingraham High School addition in Seattle, Wash. The superintendent overseeing this project was Jose Banda.
Launched in 1949, the Architectural Awards Program is a partnership with AASA and the American Institute of Architects Committee on Architecture for Education and the Council of Educational Facility Planners International.
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