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2014 Thomas Jefferson Awards for Public Architecture

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The Institute Honor Awards program recognizes achievements for a broad range of architectural activity to elevate the general quality of architecture practice, establish a standard of excellence against which all architects can measure performance, and inform the public of the breadth and value of architecture practice. View all 2014 AIA Awards Recipients.
James Logan Abell, FAIA

James Logan Abell, FAIA

James Abell, FAIA, is the recipient of the Thomas Jefferson Awards under Category One, which recognizes private-sector architects who have established a portfolio of accomplishment in the design of architecturally distinguished public facilities. Abell’s influence on public architecture has taken shape in school buildings that combine practicality with delight, in carefully restored historic buildings, and in civic forums that bring together a wide variety of stakeholders in communities across the U.S. to articulate a vision for the future.

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Carole J. Olshavsky, FAIA

Carole J. Olshavsky, FAIA

Carole Olshavsky, FAIA, is the recipient of the Thomas Jefferson Awards under Category Two, which recognizes public-sector architects who manage or produce quality design within their agencies. Olshavsky is credited with advocating for quality design in public architecture commissions throughout Ohio, and attracting the best national and local firms to civic and education projects.

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Robert G. Shibley, FAIA

Robert G. Shibley, FAIA

In recognition of 41 years of public service spanning federal, state, university, and municipal venues, Robert Shibley, FAIA, is receiving a Thomas Jefferson Awards under Category Three, which recognizes public officials who, by their role and advocacy, have furthered the public’s awareness of design excellence in public architecture.

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