Honors

Awards

  1. 1976 Member, Tau Sigma Delta (Honor Society in Architecture and Allied Arts) Clemson University
  2. 1976 American Institute of Architects (National) School Award Clemson University
  3. 1980 Honor Award, South Atlantic Region AIA, Lenoir County Courthouse (JP)
  4. 1984 Honor Award, North Carolina AIA, Lenoir County Courthouse (JP)
  5. 1984 Honor Award, South Atlantic Region AIA, One Coltsgate Place (JP)
  6. 1988 Honor Award, AIA Charlotte, Engineering Graduate Research Center (OAI)
  7. 1989 Honor Award, AIA Charlotte, Brooks Hall Rotunda Renovation (OAI)
  8. 1992 Honor Award, AIA Charlotte, Shriners Hospitals for Children, Burns Institute (OAI)
  9. 1992 Design Award, AIA / Modern Healthcare, Shriners Hospitals for Children, Burns Institute (OAI)
  10. 1993 Citation, AIA Health Facilities Review 1992-1993, Shriners Hospitals for Children, Burns Institute (OAI)
  11. 1994 Honorable Mention, Boston Society of Architects Healthcare Facilities Design Awards, Shriners Hospitals for Children, Burns Institute (OAI)
  12. 1994 Merit Award, AIA South Carolina Greenville Section, Shriners Hospitals for Children, Burns Institute (OAI)
  13. 1998 Honor Award, AIA North Carolina, Engineering Graduate Research Center (OAI)
  14. 1999 Honor Award, AIA Charlotte, Shriners Hospitals for Children, Burns Institute (OAI)
  15. 1999 Honor Award, AIA Charlotte, Rocky River Golf Club (OAI)
  16. 2000 Honor Award, South Atlantic Region AIA, Engineering Graduate Research Center (OAI)
  17. 2001 Honor Award, Boston Society of Architects and The Healthcare Assembly, Shriners Hospitals for Children, Burns Institute (OAI)

Exhibits

  1. 1984 “Drawings by Architects” Juried Exhibit Hodges – Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, NC
  2. 1984 “The Architect as Artist” Exhibit The Sawtooth Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC
  3. 1986 “New Charlotte Architecture” Exhibit Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC

Competitions

  1. 1989 Honorable Mention, National Design Competition, Clemson University Performing Arts Center (JWA)
  2. 1989 First Place, Durham/Chapel Hill Section AIA Design Competition, “Housing for Humanity” (JWA)
  3. 2005 Selected Participant, NEA Design Competition, Mill Center for the Arts, Hendersonville, NC (JWA)

Key

  • (JWA) John Walters, Architect PLLC
  • (JP) Jenkins-Peer Architects, Architect of Record
  • (OAI) Odell Associates, Architect of Record