GraceHebert was proud to accept 3 awards for Cajun Industries office expansion at the 2016 American Institute of Architects Baton Rouge Rose Awards.
GraceHebert Architects won the City/ Parish Planning Commission of Baton Rouge Award of Excellence which recognizes the role that architecture plays in promoting growth and development of the community.
Secondly, GraceHebert won a Rose Award which is selected by a jury of three from across the nation.
Finally, GraceHebert received the Member’s Choice Award. This award is voted on by other architects in Baton Rouge. These are the people who live in our community and understand the importance of great design.
Baton Rouge Business Report
August 1, 2016
They are the best of the best, according to their peers. Eight Baton Rouge architecture firms and their projects are the recipients of the 2016 American Institute of Architects Baton Rouge Rose Awards.
The honor was given for a total of 11 projects completed by the firms. The awards were handed out during a gala held Friday evening.
Designers, architects, project owners, city officials, developers and contractors attended the gala, which highlighted submitted projects and the work occurring in the Baton Rouge area. AIA Baton Rouge members voted on the submitted projects.
The winners were:
Members Choice Award: GraceHebert Architects, Cajun Industries office expansion.
Gold Rose Awards: Holly & Smith Architects in association with WTW Architects, Southeastern Louisiana University Student Union renovations and additions; Plus One Design & Construction, Williamson, Fontenot, and Campbell offices; and Hoffpauir Studio, St. Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church renovation.
Silver Rose Awards: Coleman Partners Architects, St. Thomas More School Administration Building and Media Center; Holabird & Root | Holly & Smith Architects, renovations and additions to Monroe Hall at Loyola University; and Chenevert Architects, Butler Building renovations.
Rose Awards: GraceHebert Architects, Cajun Industries office expansion; and Ritter Maher Architects, Ritter Maher Architects office.
Sustainability Award by USGBCLA: Crump Wilson Architects, XA-New Utilities Control Building.
East Baton Rouge Parish Planning Commission Awards: GraceHebert Architects, Cajun Industries office expansion; and Ritter Maher Architects, Model Block Development.