GOLD MEDAL AWARD

2017: PETER BARDWELL, FAIA

GOLD MEDAL AWARD

2017: PETER BARDWELL, FAIA

GOLD MEDAL AWARD

2017: PETER BARDWELL, FAIA

The Gold Medal is the highest honor that AIA Ohio can bestow on a member.  The AIA Ohio Board of Directors confers this award, which recognizes the exemplary contributions and significant accomplishments of AIA Ohio members, in fulfilling the criteria in one or more of the categories identified below.  Each of the categories shall be considered as equal pathways to achievement of the award.  One category shall not be valued higher than another nor shall a category be unequally weighted in the evaluation process.

Design

Candidate shall demonstrate that their body of work has made a significant positive impact on the profession of architecture and/or the community.  The work shall be widely recognized for excellence, innovation in design, and the elevation of the practice of architecture.  The depth and breadth of the work shall have had a cumulative effect on architecture over time.

Leadership

Candidates shall demonstrate that through vision, creativity, organizational skills, and perseverance, they have created a positive impact or improvement in the profession, the Institute or in their community, and that their passion, long-term commitment and contributions are widely recognized as having elevated the profession of architecture.

Service

Candidates shall demonstrate service to the Institute, having a significant impact on the profession over time, and that this service has significantly elevated public awareness of architecture.  A candidate’s service shall demonstrate great depth, having a cumulative effect over time.

Eligibility

Any member of AIA Ohio in good standing, who has been a member of the AIA for a minimum of ten years, is eligible to receive the Gold Medal. The award may be conferred posthumously to those individuals who had a cumulative membership in the AIA of ten years or more and who meet all of the other defined requirements. AIA Fellowship is not a requirement for consideration, however, candidates shall have made a significant and exemplary impact on the profession or within the AIA Ohio.  The member’s service shall have had an ever increasing impact that broadens and elevates the standards of leadership, service or design within the profession or the Institute.  No more than one such award shall be made in any year.

Submissions

Each submission shall include the following:

1.  Information and Identification Sheet, in a format designated by AIA Ohio (online form
2.  A one page letter of nomination from a member of AIA Ohio
3.  A one page letter of support from the candidate’s local AIA Ohio component
4.  Statement of Compliance with AIA Ohio Unpaid Labor Policy

The nominations may also include the following:

1. A biography of the candidate
The biography shall focus on the candidate’s overall experience and roles in the profession, establishing the level of involvement and participation of the member in the profession, the organization, and in service to community.

2. A summary of the candidate’s substantial achievements
The summary shall define how contributions or work of the candidate have had a substantial impact on the profession or the AIA.

3. Supporting exhibits
Exhibits may include information on specific contributions, work or examples of service that demonstrate the extraordinary and notable contributions of the candidate.  They may include summaries of books, articles, leadership and service or examples of design authored by the candidate. Separate information or examples that cannot be embedded within the document shall not be included.

4. Letters of Support
The candidate may provide up to six letters in support of the candidate’s exemplary work and achievements.  Each letter shall not exceed one page.  The authors of these letters shall not be restricted to members of the profession or Institute, although they should have a direct understanding and knowledge of the candidate’s contributions.  Members serving on the AIA Ohio Board of Directors are permitted to provide letters of support.  It is highly recommended that those providing letters of support do so for only one candidate for the Gold Medal each year.  Members of the AIA Ohio Honor Awards Jury may not provide or be solicited for letters of support.

Submission Format

The submissions for the AIA Ohio Gold Medal shall be made by the end of business on the day as determined by AIA Ohio in the Honor Award Call for Entries. Submissions shall be in compliance with the guidelines and requirements as established above and shall meet the following format restrictions:

  • Submissions shall be provided as a single PDF to AIA Ohio using the award software OpenWater.  The size of the PDF document, including any embedded photos, videos, etc. shall not exceed 8 MB.  The candidate is responsible for verifying the document has been submitted online by the deadline.
  • Submissions shall be formatted to demonstrate, in both written and graphic format, the candidate’s contributions.  The final format of the PDF may not exceed 11” x 17” (tabloid or “B” size).
  • The submission packet, excluding the four documents required by AIA Ohio, shall not exceed twenty two (22) pages.
  • The Board has the right to waive irregularities in the submissions, provided the irregularities are minor in nature and do not provide the candidate with a notable advantage over other candidates.

GOLD MEDAL FIRM AWARD

The AIA Ohio Gold Medal Firm Award is the highest honor AIA Ohio can bestow on an architectural firm.  The AIA Ohio Board of Directors confers this award, which recognizes the exemplary contributions and significant accomplishments of firms lead by AIA Ohio members.  This award recognizes a firm’s ongoing commitment to a focus on design excellence, innovation in practice and design, or the advancement of firm culture, each of which contribute to the firm’s unique place as a leader in the profession.  Through this Award, the Board of Directors recognizes exemplary efforts and significant accomplishments in one or more of the following criteria.  Each of the categories shall be considered as equal pathways to achievement of the award.  One category shall not be valued higher than another nor shall a category be unequally weighted in the evaluation process.

Design

The firm’s body of work shall demonstrate design excellence as exhibited by projects having a significant impact on society and elevating the standard of design within the profession.  Through published work, peer recognition, awards, presentations and the application of innovative design, the firm, over an extended period of time, shall have evidenced a cumulative positive impact on the built environment.

Firm Culture

The firm shall be widely known as a leader in the development of innovative firm culture within the ever-changing environment of the design profession.  The firm has made a notable impact in the profession having successfully created a unique work culture recognized for valuing mentorship and promoting diversity and individual growth leading toward firm leadership.  The firm’s work illustrates the value it places in elevating its employees and acknowledging their contributions to improving the built environment.

Innovation

The firm shall have established itself to be a leader in the development and implementation of significant innovations in the design of the built environment through the use and application of new approaches to design, planning, research and materials applications.  Through testing, applied research and field application, the firm is a recognized pioneer in the utilization and application of innovative techniques, materials or technology.

Eligibility

Any firm or successor firms, whether an individual or an organization of architects, in which the continuing collaboration among individuals of the firm has been the principal force in consistently meeting the above mentioned criteria for a period of at least 10 years, is eligible for the AIA Ohio Gold Medal Firm Award. To be eligible for the AIA Ohio Gold Medal Firm Award, nominations must show that the majority of financial ownership in the firm is held by registered architects, and that all the registered architect principals are AIA Ohio members. No more than one such award shall be made in any year. Firms which have been recognized with the AIA Ohio Gold Medal Firm Award shall be eligible for re-nomination after an interval of 25 years.

Submissions

Each submission shall include the following:

1. Information and Identification Sheet, in a format designated by AIA Ohio
2. A one page letter of nomination from a member of AIA Ohio
3. A one page letter of support from the firm’s local AIA Ohio component
4. Statement of Firm Ownership and Principal Membership
5. Statement of Compliance with AIA Ohio Unpaid Labor Policy

The nominations may also include the following:

1. A brief description of the firm
The description shall outline the firm’s history, principals and its progression toward becoming a leader in design or in the profession. The description shall focus on the firm’s overall contributions and its ongoing impact on the architectural community.

2. Supporting exhibits
The exhibits may include information on the specific contributions, designs or examples of service that demonstrate the extraordinary and notable contributions of the firm. They should include a focus on the firm’s unique programs, recognized and awarded designs, or innovative approaches to design, practice or community service. Separate information or examples that cannot be embedded within the submission document shall not be included.

3. Letters of Support
The firm may provide up to six letters in support of the firm’s exemplary work and achievements. Each letter shall not exceed one page. The authors of these letters shall not be restricted to members of the profession or Institute, although they should have a direct understanding and knowledge of the firm’s contributions. Members serving on the AIA Ohio Board of Directors are permitted to provide letters of support. It is strongly recommended that those providing letters of support do so for only one candidate for the Gold Medal Firm each year. Members of the AIA Ohio Honor Awards Jury may not provide or be solicited for letters of support.

Submission Format

The submissions for the AIA Ohio Gold Medal Firm shall be made by the end of business on the day as determined by AIA Ohio in the Honor Award Call for Entries. Submissions shall be in compliance with the guidelines and requirements as established above and shall meet the following format restrictions:

  • Submissions shall be provided as a single PDF to AIA Ohio using the award software OpenWater.  The size of the PDF document, including any embedded photos, videos, etc. shall not exceed 8 MB.  The candidate is responsible for verifying the document has been submitted online by the deadline.
  • Submissions shall be formatted to demonstrate, in both written and graphic format, the contributions of the firm.  The final format of the PDF may not exceed 11” x 17” (tabloid or “B” size).
  • The submission packet, excluding the five documents required by AIA Ohio, shall not exceed twenty two (22) pages.
  • The Board has the right to waive irregularities in the submissions, provided the irregularities are minor in nature and do not provide the firm with a notable advantage over other submissions.

MENTOR AWARD

2017:

Jodi van der Wiel, AIA

Jodi van der Wiel, AIA

Jodi van der Wiel, AIA

PHIL STEINBERG, AIA

PHIL STEINBERG, AIA

The AIA Ohio Mentor Award recognizes a member who has demonstrated strong leadership, guidance and service in the support of mentorship to fellow professionals or in her/his community.  Awarded by the AIA Ohio Board of Directors, this award recognizes the exemplary contributions and significant accomplishments an individual has made to the profession via mentorship.

The nomination of an individual for this award, shall explain the individual’s impact on the profession via mentorship.  Local component support is highly regarded in consideration of this award.

 

Eligibility

To be eligible, candidates must have been members of AIA Ohio for at least ten years.  The AIA Ohio Board may choose to award more than one Mentor Award in any year.

Submissions

Each submission shall include the following:

1. Information and Identification Sheet, in a format designated by AIA Ohio (Online Form)
2. A one page letter of nomination from a member of AIA Ohio
3. A one page letter of support from the candidate’s local AIA Ohio component
4. Statement of Compliance with AIA Ohio Unpaid Labor Policy

The nominations may also include the following:

1. A written statement (not to exceed four pages) illustrating the candidate’s impact on the profession through mentorship.  Include a list of individuals whom the candidate has mentored.

2. Letters of Support
The nomination may also include up to four additional letters from individuals whom the candidate has mentored.  Each letter shall not exceed one page.  The authors of these letters shall have a direct understanding and knowledge of the candidate’s contributions to the profession through mentorship.

Submission Format

The submissions for the AIA Ohio Mentor Award shall be made by the end of business on the day as determined by AIA Ohio in the Honor Award Call for Entries. Submissions shall comply with the guidelines and requirements as established above and shall meet the following format restrictions:

  • Submissions shall be provided as a single PDF to AIA Ohio using the award software OpenWater.  The size of the PDF document, including any embedded photos, videos, etc. shall not exceed 8 MB.  The candidate is responsible for verifying the document has been submitted online by the deadline.
  • Submissions shall be formatted to demonstrate, in both written and graphic format, the contributions of the candidate.  The final format of the PDF may not exceed 11” x 17” (tabloid or “B” size).
  • The submission packet, excluding the five documents required by AIA Ohio, shall not exceed eight (8) pages.
  • The Board has the right to waive irregularities in the submissions, provided the irregularities are minor in nature and do not provide the firm with a notable advantage over other submissions.

 

PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD

2017: David Cook, AIA

PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD

2017: David Cook, AIA

PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD

2017: David Cook, AIA
The AIA Ohio Public Service Award recognizes a member who has made a significant impact in his/her community, as well as to the profession, through public service.

The nomination of an individual for this award shall explain the individual’s impact on his/her community. The nomination shall list the candidate’s participation in community boards, panels or other community-related activities.  Local component support is highly regarded in consideration of this award.

 

Eligibility

To be eligible, candidates must have been members of AIA Ohio for at least ten years.  The AIA Ohio Board may choose to award more than one Public Service Award in any year.

Submissions

Each submission shall include the following:

1. Information and Identification Sheet, in a format designated by AIA Ohio (Online Form)
2. A one page letter of nomination from a member of AIA Ohio
3. A one page letter of support from the candidate’s local AIA Ohio component
4. Statement of Compliance with AIA Ohio Unpaid Labor Policy

The nominations may also include the following:

1. A written statement (not to exceed four pages) illustrating how the individual has impacted his/her community.  Include a list of the candidate’s participation in community boards or panels with supporting documentation on how that participation has positively impacted the community.

2. Letters of Support
The candidate may also include up to four additional letters of support that act as documentation in support of the candidate’s public service efforts.  Each letter shall not exceed one page.  The authors of these letters shall not be restricted to members of the profession or Institute, although they should have a direct understanding and knowledge of the candidate’s contributions.  It is highly recommended that those providing letters of support do so for only one candidate for the Public Service Award each year.

Submission Format

The submissions for the AIA Ohio Public Service Award shall be made by the end of business on the day as determined by AIA Ohio in the Honor Award Call for Entries. Submissions shall comply with the guidelines and requirements as established above and shall meet the following format restrictions:

  • Submissions shall be provided as a single PDF to AIA Ohio using the award software OpenWater.  The size of the PDF document, including any embedded photos, videos, etc. shall not exceed 8 MB.  The candidate is responsible for verifying the document has been submitted online by the deadline.
  • Submissions shall be formatted to demonstrate, in both written and graphic format, the contributions of the candidate.  The final format of the PDF may not exceed 11” x 17” (tabloid or “B” size).
  • The submission packet, excluding the five documents required by AIA Ohio, shall not exceed eight (8) pages.
  • The Board has the right to waive irregularities in the submissions, provided the irregularities are minor in nature and do not provide the firm with a notable advantage over other submissions.

 

Deadline: June 16, 2017

The AIA Ohio Gold Medal is the highest honor that AIA Ohio can bestow on an individual. It is conferred by the AIA Ohio Board of Directors in recognition of exemplary service to the profession, the organization, or through design excellence.

Gold Medal Criteria

Nominees for the AIA Ohio Gold Medal should demonstrate how their achievements address one or more of the eligibility criteria as outlined below and as approved by the Board of Directors:

  • Promoting the aesthetic, scientific and practical excellence of the profession
  • Advancing the science and art of planning by advancing the standards of Architectural education, training and practice
  • Coordinating the building industry and the profession of Architecture to insure the advancement of the living standards of people through their improved environment
  • Making the profession of ever-increasing service to society through service to the AIA, service via an alternative career or government service

It is appropriate for a submission for this award to focus on one of the above mentioned categories.  It need not address all four criteria.

Eligibility

Any person (not necessarily an American or an architect), living or dead, whom the Board believes qualifies is eligible to receive the Gold Medal.  No more than one such award shall be made in any year.  Past nominees may resubmit nomination materials for an additional two-year period (a total of three successive years). A one-year waiting period is required for resubmission thereafter.

Nominations

Any AIA Ohio Member, group of members or Component may nominate a person for the AIA Ohio Gold Medal.  Nomination submissions are due on or before June 16, 2017 at the AIA Ohio office.

Following the submission deadline, and prior to the subsequent AIA Ohio Board meeting, the AIA Ohio Honor Awards Sub-committee will review all submissions and may recommend two or more Gold Medal Award nominees to the Board for consideration.  If the Sub-committee determines that there is only one nomination worthy of the Board’s consideration, they shall forward that nomination.  The Subcommittee shall also identify one member to present the finalists to the Board.  Only the information contained in the nominee’s submission shall be presented to the Board in support of the nominee.

Submissions

Each submission shall contain the following:

  1. A brief biography of the nominee not to exceed two pages
  2. A list of the nominee’s achievements not to exceed two pages
  3. Letters of support.  Nominations/letters of support from outside the firm of the individual being nominated are strongly encouraged and will be looked upon favorably by the Honor Awards subcommittee.  Please limit letters of support to six.  Letters of support from the nominee’s local component leadership shall receive favorable consideration.
  4. Up to 10 exhibits of the nominee’s work

Such exhibits may include photographs of the nominee’s early, middle and recent  work, articles, abstracts, books or other published works authored by the nominee, and/or news articles or features about the nominee’s contributions.

Submissions shall be saved on a CD as a single Adobe PDF file with a maximum of twenty-four 8 ½” x 11” pages, file size not exceeding 8 MB.  Please label the CD with the Nominee’s name, as well as with a contact name, phone number and email address in case there are questions about the submission.  Deliver the CD in an envelope marked with the Nominee’s name to the AIA Ohio Awards Committee, 17 S. High St., Ste. 200, Columbus, OH  43215.

Schedule

All nomination submissions must be received at AIA Ohio, 17 S. High St., Ste. 200, Columbus, Ohio, 43215, by June 16, 2017.  Questions?  Call AIA Ohio at 614.221.0338, or email aiaohio@assnoffices.com.

Deadline: June 16, 2017

The AIA Ohio Gold Medal Firm Award is the highest honor that AIA Ohio can bestow on an architectural firm. The AIA Ohio Board of Directors may confer this award to a firm who has consistently, over an extended period of time, distinguished itself through excellence in the practice of Architecture.

Gold Medal Firm Criteria

Nominees for the Gold Medal Firm Award should demonstrate how the firm’s achievements address the eligibility criteria as outlined below and as approved by the Board of Directors:

  • The firm shall have evidenced great depth and breadth, having a cumulative effect on the profession of architecture over a substantial period of time.
  • The firm’s work shall be a product of a collaborative environment that has consistently directed itself towards the future as well as remained respectful of the past.
  • The firm shall have evidenced the ability to transcend specific areas of expertise or shall have made connections between areas in the event that the firm’s areas of focus might be considered circumscribed.
  • The firm shall be widely known by the quality of its products: by those who practice architecture, by those who teach architecture and by those who use architecture.

It is appropriate for a submission for this award to focus on one of the above mentioned categories.  It need not address all criteria.

Eligibility

Any firm or successor firms, whether an individual or an organization of architects, in which the continuing collaboration among individuals of the firm has been the principal force in consistently meeting the above mentioned criteria for a period of at least 10 years, is eligible for the Gold Medal Firm Award.  No more than one such award shall be made in any year.  Past nominees may resubmit nomination materials for an additional two-year period (a total of three successive years).  A one-year waiting period is required for resubmission thereafter.  Firms which have been recognized with the AIA Ohio Gold Medal Firm Award shall be eligible for re-nomination after an interval of 25 years.

Nominations

Any AIA Ohio Member, group of members or component may nominate a firm for the AIA Ohio Gold Medal Firm Award.  Nomination submissions are due on or before June 16, 2017 at the AIA Ohio office.

Following the submission deadline, and prior to the subsequent AIA Ohio Board meeting, the AIA Ohio Honor Awards Sub-committee will review all the submissions and recommend two or more Firm Award nominees to the Board for consideration.  If the Sub-committee determines that there is only one nomination worthy of the Board’s consideration, they shall forward that nomination.  The Subcommittee shall also identify one member to present the finalists to the Board.  Only the information contained in the nominee’s submission shall be presented to the Board in support of the nominee.

Submissions

Each submission shall contain the following:

1.  A brief biography of all firm principals and a history of the firm not to exceed four pages

2.  A statement summarizing the firm’s contributions not to exceed two pages

3.  Letters of support.  Nominations/letters of support from outside the nominated firm are strongly encouraged and will be looked upon favorably by the Honor Awards Subcommittee.  Please limit letters of support to six.  Letters of support from the firm’s local component leadership shall receive favorable consideration.

4.  Up to ten (10) exhibits supporting the efforts of the firm

Such exhibits may include photographs of the firm’s early, middle and recent projects, articles, abstracts, books or other published works authored by or written about the firm or its work and/or any other information supporting the firm’s contributions.

Submissions shall be saved on a CD as a single Adobe PDF file with a maximum of twenty-four 8” x 11 ½” pages, file size not exceeding 8MB.  Please label the CD with the firm name as well as a contact name, phone number and email address in case there are questions regarding the submission.  Deliver the CD in an envelope marked with the firm’s name and contact information to the AIA Ohio Awards Committee, 17 S. High St., Ste. 200, Columbus, Ohio, 43215.

Schedule

All nomination submissions must be received at AIA Ohio, 17 S. High St., Ste. 200, Columbus, Ohio, 43215, by June 16, 2017.  Questions?  Call AIA Ohio at 614.221.0338, or email aiaohio@assnoffices.com.

Deadline: June 16, 2017

The AIA Ohio Mentor Award recognizes those individuals who, through a dedication to the profession, has committed themselves to assisting and advancing knowledge and the skills of those individuals entering the profession.

  • There is no entry fee to participate in this program.
  • Send nominations to kate@assnoffices.com
  • The Award recipient will be recognized during the AIA Ohio Valley Region Convention, September 27-29, 2017, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Mentor Award Submission Form

Deadline: June 16, 2017

The AIA Ohio Public Service Award was created to recognize individuals who have made a significant impact in their community through public service.  These individuals have, through leadership, positively affected the community.

  • There is no entry fee to participate in this program.
  • Send nominations to kate@assnoffices.com
  • The Award recipient will be recognized during the AIA Ohio Valley Region Convention, September 27-29, 2017, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Public Service Award Submission Form

Award Winner History

Award Winner History

Gold Medal Award History
1970   John Nobal Richards, FAIA
1971   George M. White, FAIA
1972   not awarded
1973   not awarded
1974   Joseph L. Weinber, FAIA & Carl C. Britsch, FAIA
1975   Alexander C. Robinson, III, FAIA, Joseph Tuchman, FAIA & Richard L. Tully, FAIA
1976   Joseph F. Morbito, FAIA
1977   H. Walter Damon, AIA
1978   Carl E. Bentz, FAIA
1979   Roger N. Ryan, FAIA
1980   James J. Foley, FAIA
1981   George F. Roth, Jr., AIA
1982   Charles J. Marr, FAIA
1983   Wallace G. Teare, FAIA
1984   Huber Buehrer, FAIA
1985   Carl A. Strauss, FAIA
1986   E. Keith Haag, FAIA
1987   Harold C. Munger, FAIA
1988   Richard D. Levin, FAIA
1989   Robert C. Gaede, FAIA
1990   Robert E. Gramann, FAIA
1991   A. Notley Alford, FAIA
1992   Gerald S. Hammond, FAIA
1993   Carole J. Olshavsky, FAIA
1994   Phillip T. Markwood, FAIA
1995   John P. Schooley, FAIA
1996   David S. Collins, FAIA
1997   Robert P. Madison, FAIA
1998   James E. Dalton, FAIA
1999   not awarded
2000   Peter Van Dijk, FAIA
2001 Richard Fleischman, FAIA
2002 Frederich K. M. Bohm, FAIA
2003 James T. Fitzgerald, FAIA
2004 Douglas L. Steidl, FAIA
2005 Paul E. Westlake, Jr., FAIA
2006 Robert D. Loversidge, FAIA
2007 Curtis Moody, FAIA
2008 Frank Elmer, FAIA
2009 John C. Senhauser, FAIA
2010 Robert Livsey, FAIA
2011 Hal P. Munger, FAIA
2012 Elizabeth Corbin Murphy, FAIA
2013 Gary Balog, FAIA
2014 not awarded
2015 John W. Rogers FAIA, FACHA
2016 Michael Schuster, FAIA
2017 Peter L. Bardwell, FAIA
Gold Medal Firm Award History
1984   Trott & Bean Architects, Columbus, OH
1985   Levin Porter Associates Inc., Dayton, OH
1986   Lorenz & Williams Inc., Dayton, OH
1987   Van Dijk, Johnson & Partners, Cleveland, OH
1988   Richard Fleischman Architects, Inc., Cleveland, OH
1989   Glaser Associates Inc., Cincinnati, OH
1990   Blunden Barclay Associates Architects, Cleveland, OH
1991   Phillip Markwood Architects Inc., Columbus, OH
1992   Chambers & Chambers, Akron, OH
1993   Buchanan Ricciuti & Balog Architects, Youngstown, OH
1994   Robert P. Madison International, Cleveland, OH
1995   Munger Munger + Associates Architects, Toledo, OH
1996   GBBN Architects, Cincinnati, OH
1997   Schooley Caldwell Associates, Columbus, OH
1998   Braun & Steidl Architects Inc., Akron, OH
1999   John C. Senhauser, Architect, Cincinnati, OH
2000   NBBJ, Columbus, OH
2001   Myers Associates Architects, Medina, OH
2002   The Collaborative Inc., Toledo, OH
2003   DesignGroup, Columbus, OH
2004   Karlsberger Companies, Columbus, OH
2005   WSA Studio Inc., Columbus, OH
2006   Moody Nolan, Inc, Columbus, OH
2007   not awarded
2008   not awarded
2009   Bialosky + Partners Architects Inc., Cleveland, OH
2010   Acock Associates Architects, Columbus, OH
2011   MSA Architects, Cincinnati, OH
2012   Robert Maschke Architects, Inc., Cleveland, OH
2013   Bostwick Design Partnership, Cleveland, OH
2014   Kordalski Architects Inc., Cleveland, OH
2015   Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design, Columbus, OH
2016   not awarded
2017   not awarded
MENTOR AWARD HISTORY
2001    Robert Gramann, FAIA and Harold Munger, FAIA
2002    Carl A. Strauss, FAIA and Raymond R. Roush
2003    Robert Dorsey, FAIA
2004    Peter Macrae, AIA
2005    John Schilling, AIA
2006    Robert P. Madison, FAIA
2007    not awarded
2008    Robert Bevilacqua, AIA
2009    James L. Titus, AIA
2010    Lane Beougher, AIA
2011    Bruce Sekanick, AIA
2012    Ed Glowacki, AIA
2013    Douglas Richards, AIA
2014    Marcene Kinney, AIA and Eric O. Pempus, AIA
2015    Jack A. Bialosky Jr., AIA, LEED AP & Kurt Weaver, AIA
2016    Louise Schlatter, AIA
2017    Phil Steinberg, AIA & Jodi van der Wiel, AIA
PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD HISTORY
2001   Norbert Peiker, FAIA
2002   Robert D. Loversidge, Jr., FAIA
2003   Christopher Ewald, AIA
2004   Lane Beougher, AIA
2005   Steven Shinn, AIA
2006   Craig A. Stough, AIA
2007   not awarded
2008   Robert Seyfang, AIA
2009   Jud Kline, FAIA
2010   Michael Christoff, Assoc. AIA and Bradley Fink
2011   Paul Muller, AIA
2012   Paul Hollenbeck, AIA
2013   Eric O. Pempus, AIA
2014   James Gibans, FAIA
2015   Chas Schreckenberger, AIA
2016   Jack Bialosky, Jr., AIA
2017   David Cook, AIA