Three Innovative Projects Receive AIA Healthcare Awards

Date: 24 August 2009
Oregon seems to be leading the way in the design of sustainable, innovative, and visually compelling healthcare facilities.

Selected from nearly 100 entries, two of the three winners of the 2009 National Healthcare Design Awards, presented by the AIA’s Academy of Architecture for Health, are hospitals in Portland.
Announced on July 28, the AIA selected one winner in each of the following categories: Category A–built, less than $25 million in construction costs; Category B–built, more than $25 million in construction costs; and Category C–unbuilt. The awards program is now in its second year.
The following members served as jurors for the 2009 awards: Stephen Yundt, AIA, of CO Architects, Los Angeles; Julie Snow, FAIA, of Julie Snow Architects, Minneapolis; Rand Elliot, AIA, of Elliott & Associates Architects, Oklahoma City; Rolf Haarstad, AIA, of Hord Coplan Macht, Inc., Baltimore; Tom Howorth, AIA, of Howorth Architects P.A., Oxford, Mississippi.

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