Honorary AIANH membership, which is bestowed on people who are not eligible for membership in AIANH "but who have rendered distinguished service to the profession of architecture or to the arts and sciences," went to John W.
Carley Associates, Concord, was honored for his leadership of the AIANH chapter and his service to the profession of architecture.
Also honored by AIANH
was Shannon Alther of TMS Architects in Portsmouth, who was recognized for his committed leadership of the AIANH
Chapter and his service to the profession of architecture.
Architect Karolina Jablonska-Burtt of The Architectural Studio in Grantham was cited for her committed leadership of the AIANH Chapter and service to the profession of architecture.
was honored for his contributions on the AIANH board of directors in 2013 and 2014 as associate director.
Rick Monahon twice served as a director on the AIANH board of directors and was a founding member of the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance.
Dale Doller of Lavallee Brensinger Architects in Manchester and Scott Vlasak of Bruce Ronayne Hamilton Architects in Rindge were each presented with Awards for Outstanding Service in recognition of their work with and for the AIANH chapter.
He has also chaired the AIANH
Education Committee for the entire time of his tenure.
Also, a special award for excellence in architecture, established to mark the 25th anniversary of the AIANH Design Awards Program and recognize architectural design of enduring significance on a project that has stood the test of time for 25 to 35 years, was given for the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests headquarters in Concord, designed by C.
The winners of the AIANH Intern/Young Architect Design Competition were announced at the banquet as well.