School Design Excellence Celebrated

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The AIACC, in partnership with CASH (The Coalition for Adequate School Housing) announced the recipients of the 2013 Leroy F. Green Design + Planning Awards. Selected by a distinguished panel of jurors, representing educators and design professionals, these awards recognized new, modernized, and specialty facility projects throughout California.

Master Planning


District Wide Sustainability Facilities Master Plan
Sacramento City Unified School District
NTD Architecture




Modernization/Reconstruction

New Technology High School
Napa Valley Unified School District
NTD Architecture




Orchard School Library
Orchard School District
HMC Architect/School Advisors




Tahoe Arts and Design Academy (TADA)
South Tahoe High School
Lake Tahoe Unified School District
LPA, Inc




New Built

Chico High School Classroom Addition
Chico Unified Schol District
DLR Group




Elementary School #9
Los Angeles Unified School District
HMC Architects/School Advisors




Middle College High School
Los Angeles Unified School District
HMC Architects/School Advisors




Project-in-Design

E3 Civic High
San Diego Unified School District
LPA, Inc.




New High School #2 – Browning Site
Long Beach Unified School District
NAC Architecture




Edison High School Academic Building
Fresno Unified School District
Darden Architects, Inc.




Specialized Facility

Heritage High School
Agricultural Research Center
Perris Union High School District
PJHM Architects, Inc.




Palm Springs Operation Center
Palm Springs Unified School District
Ruhnau Ruhnau Clarke




The AIACC congratulates each of these 12 recipients on successful projects as they provide school districts with a glimpse of how a well-designed facility can enhance the learning environments for California’s public school students. The AIACC believes good design in public school facilities enhances the learning, development, and behavior of the students and positively affects educational outcomes.

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Nicki Dennis Stephens

Nicki Dennis Stephens is the Senior Director for The American Institute of Architects, California Council. Focusing on expanding the value of architects and architecture, Nicki is dedicated to serving the needs of members and AIA components throughout California.

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