Potomac Valley Chapter of the AIA honored the winners of its 2001 Design
Awards competition at a banquet December 8. John A. Boecker, AIA, chair;
Frank E. Dittenhafer, AIA; and Kenneth D. Hammel, AIA, all from AIA Central
Pennsylvania, served on the awards jury.
St. David's Worship Center Ashburn, Va., by Uekman Architects,
Bethesda, Md.; Contractor Kfoury Construction Group.
Frostburg Library, Frostburg, Md., by Grimm
and Parker Architects, Baltimore
Mirza O'Keefe Residence, Arlington, Va., by McInturff Architects, Bethesda,
Tasker Residence in Rappahannock County, Va., by McInturff Architects.
Bufton House, by Miche Booz Architect, both
in Brookville, Md.
Carlin Springs Elementary School, Arlington, Va., by Grimm and
Fresh Fields Whole Foods Market, Washington, D.C., by Mushinsky Associates/MR+A,
Bethesda, Md.; Contractor L.F. Jennings
Metro Escalator Canopy Competition entry, by Shorieh Talaat Architects,
Woodland Drive Residence, by Studio 27 Architecture, both of Washington,
Bartholomew House, Bethesda, Md., by Bennett
Frank McCarthy Architects, Takoma Park, Md.
Capital View Bungalows, by GTM Architects, both of Kensington,
Harrison Commons Master Plan, Harrison, N.J., by Torti Gallas and
Partners/CHK, Inc., Silver Spring, Md.
Majestic Café, Alexandria, Va., by McInturff Architects
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