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...and the envelope, please!
The AIA Dallas Community Honors Committee is excited to share the results of their efforts in recognizing AIA Dallas nominations for Texas Society of Architect Honor Awards. Committee members work with nominees as stewards of the process, making sure each requirement is satisfied and their nomination submittals are not only visually appealing, but truly communicate the value of each nominee's contributions.
Award for Community Service in Honor of James D. Pfluger, FAIA
Marcel Quimby, FAIA
For 30 years, Marcel has been a leader, volunteer and visionary. Her passion and commitment to the preservation of our architectural heritage and quality of life have left indelible marks in communities throughout Texas.
Associate of the Year Award
Chris Grossnicklaus, Assoc. AIA
Chris Grossnickluas exemplifies leadership through his professional work, with his involvement as editor of AIA Dallas' Columns Magazine, and in the chapter's Emerging Leaders Program. Through his volunteerism with AIA, he is filling the critical need of providing a broader national perspective and advocating for the profession through journalism.
Citation of Honor
Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza is recognized for its dedication to preserving the memory of history and working with others to preserve spaces in the Texas School Book Depository, Dealey Plaza, and Philip Johnson’s John F. Kennedy cenotaph for future generations.
A leader in the curtainwall and glass industry, Haley Greer masterfully bridges the world between artist, craftsman, innovator, and implementer. Through creative and innovative crafting and sculpting of the material and the technology, Haley Greer has served the architecture community with a true partnering spirit for 35 years, helping many an architect achieve the vision which is all too often unattainable.
CONGRATULATIONS to all of our award recipients!
A complete list of the 2014 TxA Honor Award recipients can be found HERE.