krM Presented with 3 Awards from Architectural Institute of America – Indiana
“Each year the AIA Indiana Design Awards program asks a jury of peers to select projects in Indiana by leading AIA architects that serve as a tribute to design excellence. The AIA Indiana Service Awards recognize a group of people who are doing incredible work that’s advancing the profession, proving the importance of design, and making communities stronger. The awards were presented at the 2019 AIA Ohio Valley Region Convention on September 20 in downtown Cincinnati, OH.” – AIA Indiana
Out eleven awards, three of those were presented to krM. The institute’s top distinction was awarded for our design of the Indianapolis Public Library’s Michigan Road Branch (Honor Award: New Construction Greater than $1M). In that same category, the Purdue Polytechnic Institute was also recognized (Citation Award: New Construction Greater than $1M). Distinction was also awarded to the Amos Memorial Public Library (Citation Award: Preservation / Adaptive Reuse / Renovation).
Pictured Above: Suzanne Cline (Amos Memorial Public Library Director) and Kevin Montgomery (Partner, Architect, AIA LEED GA)