Candidates will be evaluated on how well they meet the program criteria as established by the Board, which include:
- The firm shall have been widely recognized and known for the consistent quality of its design.
- The Georgia community in which it practices shall know the firm for its contribution.
- The firm shall be known for its contribution to the Institute at the local, state and national levels through the engagement and participation of its people in AIA activities and leadership.
- The firm’s work shall be a product of a collaborative environment that has consistently directed itself toward the future as well as being respectful of the past.
- The firm shall have evidenced the nurturing and mentoring of next generation architects.
All nominations shall be submitted on an Award Nomination Form. A nomination of a firm for this award can be made by any registered architect who is a member of AIA Georgia. Self nominations are allowed. Each nomination shall contain the following:
- A nomination letter, not to exceed one page.*
*If you are self-nominating, please upload all submission materials in the following TAB.
The information provided should highlight the achievements, contributions and design excellence of the firm’s Georgia office, should the firm have other offices in locations outside of the state.
Please upload in one of the following formats: .pdf, .doc or .docx
For all those nominated for this award, the following materials will be required in order to be evaluated by the Honor Awards jury and can be submitted at the time of nomination (under “upload nominations materials” on the form):
- A brief biography of all firm principals and a history of the firm, not to exceed four pages.
- A list of the firm’s achievements and contributions to the Institute and community, not to exceed four pages.
- Up to 10 descriptive statements with photographs of early, middle and recent work of the firm.