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On May 17, 2011, a special 25th anniversary celebration of the National Building Museum’s Honor Award united our history and our future. Together with our past honorees, we celebrated the importance of the world we build and look to the inspiring possibilities of the next 25 years. The gala featured a keynote address by David Rockwell, Founder and CEO of Rockwell Group, an award-winning, cross-disciplinary architecture and design practice which focuses on a diverse array of projects from hotels to hospitals, restaurants to airport terminals, and Broadway set designs to products. Since 1986, the National Building Museum has presented its Honor Award to leaders who shaped our heritage, defined our culture, developed our communities, and crafted our built environment. Individually, they advanced our building arts and sciences. Collectively, their legacy is profound.+ More details
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Perkins+Will was one of three proud recipients of the 2010 National Building Museum Honor Award for our commitment to civic innovation in design, construction and education throughout our 75-year history. This is the first time an architecture firm has been selected as an Honor Award recipient since its inception in 1986. Phil Harrison, Perkins+Will President and CEO, accepted the award on Perkins+Will’s behalf during their gala event on May 11, 2010.+ More details
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On Tuesday, May 11, 2010, the National Building Museum held the 2010 Honor Award Gala saluting Civic Innovators. The 2010 honorees are interdisciplinary design firm Perkins+Will; the founders of New Orleans Habitat Musicians' Village—Harry Connick, Jr., Branford Marsalis, Anne Marie Wilkins, and Jim Pate; and the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon. This video explores the honorees shared commitment to innovation, community and cultural development, education, and sustainable practice, and their contributions to the reinvention of our built environment.+ More details
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On June 4, 2009, the National Building Museum saluted visionaries in sustainability who have significantly improved the built environment through their commitment and achievements in green building, design, workforce development, and business practices at an exclusive black-tie gala. The 2009 Honor Award honorees are: S. Richard Fedrizzi and the U.S. Green Building Council Mayor Richard M. Daley and the City of Chicago Majora Carter Louis R. Chênevert and United Technologies+ More details
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