Architecture + Community: Honorees of 1st Annual NMAF Awards receive accolades

To mark the Foundation’s 30th anniversary, the organization developed the Annual NMAF Awards Program to honor architecture and community. Representatives from each of the three distinct categories received the awards on June 3 during NMAF’s annual membership celebration. Out of a slate of more than 20 nominations made by community members from across New Mexico, … Continue reading Architecture + Community: Honorees of 1st Annual NMAF Awards receive accolades

New Mexico architect receives national award for work in disaster preparedness

Active Foundation member and former board president, Terrance J. Brown, FAIA, was recently honored with the American Institute of Architects’ 2016 Kemper Award. He is the only architect in the history of the AIA to have received both the Kemper Award and the Whitney Young Jr. Award (2004). Named in honor of the AIA’s first … Continue reading New Mexico architect receives national award for work in disaster preparedness

Celebrating the achievements of young professionals

The New Mexico Architectural Foundation helped sponsor this year’s gala celebration in Albuquerque honoring newly licensed architects and others who earned CSI CDT certificates and CCCA certification (Certified Contract Construction Administrator) during 2013 and 2014. Thirty recently licensed architects were honored and 20 CSI Certificate and Certification recipients were recognized. The Foundation provided monetary support … Continue reading Celebrating the achievements of young professionals