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Thursday, June 12, 2008

19 Awards for Campus Architecture, Buildings, Plans and Landscapes

The Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) and the Committee on Architecture for Education of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-CAE) have announced 19 awards in the areas of architecture, campus planning and landscape architecture. Winners included not just American universities but also projects on foreign campuses, such as the master plan for the faculty of arts and sciences at the Aga Khan University, in Karachi, Pakistan, by Payette.

Recognition went to a variety of new (Alice Paul Residence Hall at Swarthmore College) and renovated/restored (Dalton Hall at Bryn Mawr College) structures, from housing (Riverside Housing Initiative at Harvard University) to theaters (Performance and Studio Arts Campus at Columbus State University) to technical centers (PDSI (Physics, DMSE, Spectroscopy and Infrastructure) Project at M.I.T.) to a storm water-management master plan (Meadow Creek Regional Stormwater Management Master Plan at University of Virginia.).

A complete list and links to the awards and images may be found at http://www.scup.org/membership/awards/2008/. (This entry published by Liz Riley, a member of Womble Carlyle's real estate development and construction law practice group.)

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