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AIA Mid-Michigan honors local architects for creative design

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AIA Mid-Michigan honors local architects for creative design

LANSING, Mich. – After a hiatus of seven years, the Honors Awards awarded three local architects Nov. 7 for their exemplary contributions to the build environment.
Out of 12 entries the three award-winning designs were presented during the Honors Awards ceremony at the Country Club of Lansing.

Awards recipients work for mid-Michigan firms whose work can be seen both locally and nationally.

Mayotte Group Architects 2015 Building/Interior Award must be an interior or building which includes new construction, renovations, and historic preservation.

Emergent BioSolutions Corporate Office (Lansing) Completed with the help of CTR Consulting Engineers, ENG Engineers, LKL Engineers and The Christman Company; this 31,000 sf three-story office building serves as the new façade and entrance to BioSolutions 12.5-acre campus. This new building is designed to welcome employees and visitors while allowing for more collaboration and communication between staff. Among its many amenities this new building serves the entire campus with a dining center, wellness center, and meeting spaces.

DLZ Architects/Engineers/Planners/Surveyors 2015 Small Project Award must be less than 2,000 square feet.

New Blake Transit Center (Ann Arbor) Completed for Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority in collaboration with Robert Darvas Associates (structural engineering), DeClimente Siegel Design (Mechanical and Electrical Engineering), and Spence Brothers (General Contractor); this 12,500 sf facility serves as the bus transit operations for the City of Ann Arbor. Located in the heart of the Ann Arbor business district, this new facility houses 12 staff members and will serve as the downtown transfer station, administration offices, and public information center.

ASL Design Studio 2015 Merit Award
Duty Free Americas Terminal E Store (Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport) Completed in collaboration with Guth Deconzo (Mechanical/Electrical Engineers – New York) and Ordner Construction (General Contractor – Georgia), this 7,500sf interior retail project provides a ‘flagship’ store for Duty Free Americas. As part of proto-type design, this project serves a large store for multiple product departments. Great attention and care is given to ensure an organization of spaces with distinct departments while maintaining a consistency of designs across departments and products.


AIA Mid-Michigan chapter was founded in 1960 by Lansing-area architects. AIA Mid-Michigan holds monthly membership meetings, scholarship opportu

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