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2022 AIA Pennsylvania Architectural Excellence Awards | Philadelphia Viewing Party

Celebrate Philadelphia's recipients • November 17 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Join your colleagues, peers, and industry partners in Philadelphia and across the state to celebrate architectural excellence with AIA Pennsylvania's 6th annual broadcast reveal! Celebrate 2022's award recipients in five programs, including the Architectural Excellence Committee on the Environment (COTE) Awards, Design Awards, Special Awards, Student Awards, and EPiC Firms.

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WHERE
Ballinger | 833 Chestnut Street, #1400, Philadelphia, PA, 19107
*Registrants will receive additional information in their inbox from the host on parking and building/office requirements for admittance.

WHEN
6 pm | Welcome + Local Award Presentations & Photo-Ops with AIA Philadelphia President Jeff Goldstein, FAIA
7 pm | Design Awards Broadcast

CHEERS TO PHILADELPHIA'S RECIPIENTS
Join us at Ballinger to…

• Mix and mingle with the Philadelphia architecture community including the 15 firms honored with a 2022 Architectural Excellence Design or COTE Award, revealed in real-time during the broadcast.

• Honor this year's Medal of Distinction recipient, Susan Maxman, FAIA – a pioneer in the profession and the Institute and long overdue for the honor.

• Commend Senator Tim Kearney, Government Award recipient and the epitome of a “citizen architect” wrapping up his first term as a state senator in Harrisburg, and Senator Carolyn Comitta, inaugural COTE Government Award recipient.

• Celebrate Emerging Professional Award recipient Paul Avazier, AIA, 2020 AIA Philadelphia President, the youngest in the chapter's history.

• Recognize Keast & Hood for their commitment to bringing architects' work into reality and upholding the tenets of design, sustainability, and collaboration.

• Toast to the Philadelphia firms that earned the 2022 EPiC Firm designation.

• Meet the Student Award recipients from four Philadelphia schools offering NAAB-accredited programs – Drexel University, Thomas Jefferson University, Temple University, and the University of Pennsylvania.

• Get the inside scoop on the Special Awards process from the four Philadelphia representatives to the Special Awards Nomination Committee.

Thanks to EPSA and Rockfon for their support of the Philadelphia Viewing Party! Special thanks to AIA Philadelphia Counsel, Rich Davies, Hon. AIA, managing partner of the Pennsylvania office of Milber Makris, AIA Pennsylvania Preferred Legal Partner and supporter of architectural excellence.

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