Al Beck Award
This award, in memory of Al Beck, is given to honor a Washington State member who exemplifies the principles of service that were so diligently represented by Al Beck's contributions to the organization.
2020 Design Exhibit and Awards- Resecheduled
The Polished Apple Award Program
recognizes outstanding educational facilities in the state of Washington. The program follows criteria from the Association’s LEsolutions Planning & Design Awards Program and the PNW Region’s Pinnacle Award Program, so as to encourage Chapter projects to also compete at the regional and international levels.
This year, the submittal requirements for the Washington Chapter Polished Apple may include 1 video in the Optional Materials.
This program recognizes learning projects which positively impact teaching and learning and result from a sound planning process reflecting the needs and expectations of the community.
Polished Apple Award:
Awarded to the single most distinctive project, which best satisfies the criteria; one winner.
Awards of Merit:
These awards recognize exceptional projects that were not the Polished Apple Award winner, but are deserving of recognition according to the criteria. Number of awards is at the Jury’s discretion, if any.
People’s Choice Award:
Attendees at the Conference will have the opportunity to vote for the People’s Choice Award. The winner will receive the Merit Award level of recognition.
|Call for Submittals
||February 6, 2020
Award Program document available, registration site available for payment
|Early Bird Registration
||March 5, 2020
Payment due online at the same time or before electronic materials are submitted
|Electronic Submittal Due
|July 15, 2020
|Display Boards Due
||June 19, 2021 / 4:00 pm at BLRB Architects (we will be displaying both 2020 & 2021 boards at the rescheduled Washington Chapter Conference in Wenatchee)
||August 12, 2020 / Time TBD / Virtual Polished Apple Presentation
Polished Apple Program Co-Chairs:
Andy Cottrill (firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert Landa (email@example.com
Kristina Feliciano (firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen Clark (email@example.com
Karen Wood (kwood@MAHLUM.com
Exhibition Coordinator: Andy Cottrill (firstname.lastname@example.org
Member Care Manager: Donna Robinson (email@example.com
Registration and Entry Fee
Fees are as follows per project, to be paid at the time of registration:
$300 USD for projects registered on or before March 5
$350 USD for projects registered after March 5
$350 USD for projects registered on or before March 5
$400 USD for projects registered after March 5
Online registration, payment, and identification of the following must be done prior to submitting the project dossier for judging:
- Identify project (Name, location, district, configuration, etc.).
- Identify key firms/individuals of the process.
You will need to fill out the Confidential form and Photo Release form in addition to filling out the online project registration.
the Award Program submittal guidelines
the Confidential Information sheet
Photo Release form
For any questions or issues regarding online registration or payment, please contact the Member Care Manager listed above in the Contacts section.