American Institute of Architects
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Honor Awards program recognizes achievements for a broad range of architecture in order to elevate the general quality of professional practice, to establish a standard of excellence against which all architects can measure performance, and to inform the public of architectural practice, its breadth and value.
With these achievement standards in mind, the AIA solicited submissions from all Architecture firms located throughout the state of Montana. Completed projects were sought over a five year period of review and could include out-of-state commissions. Colorado’s Fentress Architects of International Fame, most noted for the Denver International Airport was selected as an impartial jury in blind review to all works gathered.
The Highest Achievement and Recognition attainable is the 'AIA Honor Award for Excellence in Design' and was bestowed upon Architect - Daniel J Turvey.
Dan Turvey, Principal and Owner of Dan Joseph Architects states "Recognition at this level in particular as acknowledged from such an acclaimed jury of practicing, International Professionals is both substantial and noteworthy. Thank you American Institute of Architects!”