Kentucky Professionals Honored for Outstanding Service
Several Kentucky members and affiliates were recognized for Outstanding Service to the Profession through the 2018 Special Awards program of the Kentucky Society of Architects (AIA Kentucky). The following winners were acknowledged at a ceremony on Thursday, October 18, 2018, during the Society’s annual convention.
Oberwarth Gold Medal
To recognize and honor an individual Member who has displayed a long-standing commitment to the betterment of the profession and well-being of architects in Kentucky, and who has dedicated extraordinary time and talent to this end.
Two (2) awards presented to:
Elizabeth May Atinay, AIA
T. Rexford Cecil, AIA
Executive Director (Retired)
Kentucky Board of Architects
Distinguished Service Award
To honor an individual Member for a specific contribution or for their dedication and service which has significantly furthered the purposes of AIA Kentucky
Jeffrey C. Stivers, AIA
Emerging Professional Award
To recognize an outstanding individual AIA Associate member (not yet licensed) or AIA Architect member who has been registered for not more than 10 years.
Craig Chamberlain, AIA
To honor an individual not otherwise eligible for membership who, with unselfish energy and support, has made a significant contribution to forwarding the goals of AIA Kentucky.
Retired, Louisville Courier Journal
Public Advocate Award
To honor an individual and advocate who in their elected or appointed public position has consistently supported and encouraged the values of quality architecture in their community through leadership, service and dedication to a better living environment.
Senator Julie Raque Adams
Kentucky General Assembly
Allied Professional Award
To pay tribute to an individual directly involved in the A/E/C industry who has consistently endeavored to work harmoniously with architects and other allied professionals toward the implementation of creative and innovative design solutions.
Former Preservation and Planning Specialist, City of Covington
Mark Manczyk, AIA