The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has named the winners of the 2014 Institute Honors for Collaborative Achievement, which recognizes allied professionals, clients, organizations, architecture teams, and knowledge communities who have influenced or advanced the architecture profession. The winners are:
ACE Mentor Program of America, Inc.
A national mentoring program that works to raise the awareness of tens of thousands of high school students to the possibility of careers in fields related to key sectors of the design and construction industry.
National Building Museum
Since opening its doors in 1985, this museum contributes to the advancement of architecture and touches the novice and the professional alike with its variety of exhibits and programs.
This initiative is a collaborative effort of many disciplines working toward the advancement of resilient architecture and urban design in New York City’s waterfront communities.
Paving a way for dramatic transformation in the practice of the profession, his technical expertise and embrace of cutting-edge challenges have made him a vital collaborator on landmark projects by leading architects.