Todd Woodward Wins the Alan Greenberger Award
Todd Woodward was selected as the 2020 recipient of the Alan Greenberger Award.
This award recognizes an AIA Philadelphia member or affiliate member for significant contributions and demonstrated commitment to the Collaborative’s mission. Todd’s past service as an esteemed board member, leading the organization as a co-chair, currently serving on the Design Services, Design Grant Review and Design Grant Selection Committees and as an Advisory Council member, and long-term volunteer made him an exemplary awardee. Todd’s firm, SMP Architects, is in our Volunteer Hall of Fame for providing 1500+ pro bono hours.
As the co-author of Leverage celebrating our 20th Anniversary and over a decade of work on our design teams, Todd met the second criterion for the award of encouraging participation from AIA membership on Collaborative programs.
Volunteers like Todd have helped us impact the communities in Philadelphia that need it most.
Infill Philadelpha: Sacred Places/Civic Spaces wins the Paul Sehnert Award for Community Design
This year, the Collaborative awarded the Paul Sehnert Award for Community Design to the design teams and nonprofit client organizations of all three of the Infill Philadelpha: Sacred Places/Civic Spaces projects. The award recognizes preliminary design projects for excellence in design, collaboration, and community impact. Congratulations to the three Congregations and their design teams:
The Philadelphia Masjid
Tutor Perini Building Corp
Wharton-Wesley United Methodist Church
Brawer & Hauptman Architects
The Sullivan Company
Powers & Company, Inc
Alderson Engineering, Inc.
Orndorf & Associates, Inc.
Zion Baptist Church
Keast & Hood
Kate Cowing Architect, LLC
International Consultants, Inc
Congratulations to our Collaborative Volunteers
Finally, we want to honor the excellent work of our incredible volunteers recognized by the AIA last night. Thirteen of the nineteen firms winning design awards were Collaborative volunteers and special recognition included:
David Quadrini, Young Architect Award
Lance Rothstein, Volunteer of the Year
Bright Commons, Emerging Firm Award