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AIA Houston announces 2022 Design Awards Winners

AIA Houston is pleased to announce the 2022 recipients of the annual AIA Houston Design Awards. Each year a distinguished panel of jurors from outside of the city chooses the best in new architecture in 8 categories. The jury this year was particularly interested in sustainability, building performance, adaptive reuse and projects bringing the power of design to previously underserved or neglected communities. Thirteen projects were selected from a group of 85 submissions.

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VLK Architects, Joeris Construction, and Katy Independent School District community members celebrated the dedication of the Martha Lopez Aki Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) Project Teach Your Kids

On Monday, Oct. 18, VLK Architects, Joeris Construction, and Katy Independent School District community members celebrated the dedication of the Martha Lopez Aki Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) Project Teach Your Kids Early (TYKE) Facility. The facility is home to two functions, including the Project TYKE (Teach Your Kids Early) program to provide education for parents in the community that have children with special needs and a Professional Development Center for district faculty, staff, and administration training. ECI Project TYKE has been providing services to approximately 15,000 children and their families since 1998.

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Powers Brown Architecture Promotes Jeanette Shaw, AIA, RID, LEED AP, and Kristen Stapper, AIA, RID, LEED GA, to New Firm Title: Associate and Shareholder

HOUSTON, TX . . . October 8, 2021 -- Powers Brown Architecture has promoted Jeanette Shaw, AIA, RID, LEED AP, and Kristen Stapper, AIA, RID, LEED GA, to the new title of Associate. With the new position, the architects also will become Shareholders in Powers Brown Architecture, an international professional services firm practicing architecture, interior design, programming and urban design.

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Northwood Apartments, a Multifamily Housing Community, to Replace Housing Lost During Hurricane Harvey

HOUSTON, TX (Tuesday, March 23, 2021) – The Harris County Housing Authority (HCHA), Harris County – Community Services Department (HCCSD), Harris County Precinct One Commissioner Rodney Ellis, the Texas General Land Office (GLO), and the development partner LDG Development (LDG) celebrate the groundbreaking of Northwood Apartments, a multifamily development located at 12620 Eastex Freeway to replace housing lost during Hurricane Harvey. The development is financed with Harris County’s Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funds in conjunction with private financing from Citi Community Capital and AEGON USA Realty Advisors, LLC.