The Collaborative Achievement program recognizes the excellence that results when architects work with those from outside the profession to improve the spaces where people live and work.
Shared dedication and distinguished achievement earn this award, whose past recipients have included the Post-Sandy Initiative and the National Building Museum.
There are no requirements for age, experience or licensure. Nominees may come from any profession.
Any AIA member, group of members, component, or Knowledge Community may nominate organizations or individuals. Individuals must be living at the time of nomination.