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Slide sc 1 2014 aia san diego design awards special categories instructions

Slide SC-1 2014 AIA San Diego Design AwardsSpecial Categories Instructions

Remove this slide before submitting

  • Notable Projects Categories Entry Template.

  • Complete the Slide(s) for Notable Project Categories for which youwould like your project considered. One Powerpoint per entry. POWERPOINT file(s) must not exceed 10 MB.

  • Slide SC-1: Instruction purposes only and should NOT be included in the final submittal.

  • Slide SC-2: Savings By Design Energy Efficiency Integration

  • Slide SC-3: California Advanced Homes Home of the Year

  • Slide SC-4: AIA San Diego COTE-SD

  • Slide SC-5:Divine Detail

  • Slide SC-6:Historic Preservation

  • Slide SC-7: Urban Solutions

  • Slide SC-8:Young Architect of the Year

  • Slide SC-9:Unbuilt Vision

  • Slide SC-10:Metro Tijuana

  • Slide SC-11:Patron of the Year

  • PRESENTATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Follow each Notable Project award guideline carefully as each are different.

  • Provide 5-15 image slides – NOT including the Project Information and Award Entry slides.

  • More than one image may be placed on each slide if desired.

  • DO NOT use slide transitions or animations in your submittal. If the name of the project is on the building and you can tell what the logo is, blur it out.

  • The right side of image slides can be used for a brief description of the image. Be concise and use non-script fonts with minimum 10pt type.

  • IMPORTANT: PLEASE DO NOT INCLUDE ANY FIRM, CONSULTANT, BUILDER,

  • OWNER, ETC. INFORMATION ON SPECIAL AWARD ENTRY SLIDES.

HOW TO SUBMIT ONLINE:

When you have completed your entry, go to the link below to send it to AIA San Diego:

https://www.hightail.com/u/AIASanDiego

Once you have attached all entry materials for the project, enter “DA-NP” and your project name in the subject line. Click on “SEND.” You should receive a confirmation that your file has been sent.

Questions? Call the AIA San Diego office at 619-232-0109 or email [email protected]


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2014 AIA San Diego Design Awards

Project Synopsis

IMPORTANT: PLEASE DO NOT INCLUDE ANY FIRM, CONSULTANT, BUILDER,

OWNER, ETC. INFORMATION ON THIS SLIDE.

250-word maximum. Please be clear and concise.

Describe the basic program requirements, special site problems and how the design

process and solution satisfies these. Please also state any technical, environmental or social

advancements regarding your project.

Project Name:

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Project Address:

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Building Area: (sf)

Fill in Here

Cost per Square Foot:

Fill in Here

Construction Cost:

Fill in Here

Completion Date:

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Type of Project:

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Construction materials, mechanical systems or other pertinent information:

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ENTRY PRESENTATION

Insert your image(s) within this 7” x 7” space.

You may also use the entire slide.

All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation

and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale

on building elevations and building sections.

NOTE: Project authorship will remain concealed throughout the jury deliberations.

If authorship is revealed on any of the photos, plans, slides, or narratives,

the entry will be disqualified.

This is the template for all image slides.

The box that contains these instructions is to be used for a description if desired. Please replace the text as necessary, do not alter location or formatting.

Place project drawings and photographs in the 7-inch square to the left of this text. (click on the square and delete it) You can size your images in other software or within PowerPoint.

To insert images:

(insert > picture > from file)

To resize: select picture, then: (format > picture)

If you don’t see the dotted guide lines go to view menu and choose “show guides.”

You can include more than one picture on a slide. If the name of the project is on the building and you can tell what the logo is, blur it out.

Please copy and paste this slide to accommodate additional images. You may have a maximum of 16 slides. AIASD will include a title page as needed.


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  • 2014 Savings by Design

  • Energy Efficiency Integration

  • Recognizing projects that integrate energy efficiency and sustainable strategies into the building design and project operations using unique solutions that meet the project’s specific challenges

  • SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  • Eligible projects: Awards competition is open to commercial, institutional, and high-rise residential built projects only, which are located within the SDG&E service territory. Single family residences are not eligible.

  • Provide the following additional information for Savings by Design Energy Efficiency Integration category:

  • One-page energy model performance summary (e.g. Energy-Pro UTIL-1 Report) Insert another white EEIA slide after this one and paste a copy of the report on the slide.

  • Project Synopsis: A narrative(maximum 500 words) describing how the project integrates energy efficiency and sustainable strategies into the building design.

    • Summarize the project’s energy efficiency integration efforts including a description of the project’s operations in relation to energy efficiency, and the unique solutions to the project’s specific challenges.

Delete this slide if

you are not submitting for this award.

PROJECT INFORMATION:

Project Name:

Fill in Here

Project Location:

Fill in Here

Completion Date:

Fill in Here

Specific Use of Building:

Fill in Here


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  • 2014 California Advanced Homes

  • Home of the Year (HOTY)

  • Recognizing projects that integrate energy efficiency and sustainable strategies into the building design using unique solutions that meet the project’s specific challenges

  • SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  • Eligible projects: Awards competition is open to Single-family or Multi-family low-rise residential built projects only, which are located within the SDG&E service territory. Four stories and above may apply for Savings By Design Energy Efficiency Integration Award.

  • Provide the following additional information for California Advanced Homes – Home of the Year:

  • One-page Title 24 energy model performance summary including the compliance margin as well as energy use.Insert another HOTY white slide after this one and paste a copy of the reportde.

  • Project Synopsis: A narrative (maximum 500 words) describing how the project integrates energy efficiency and sustainable strategies into the building design.

    • Summarize the project’s energy efficiency integration efforts and the unique solutions to the project’s specific challenges.

Delete this slide if

you are not submitting for this award.

PROJECT INFORMATION:

Project Name:

Fill in Here

Project Location:

Fill in Here

Completion Date:

Fill in Here

Housing Type:

Fill in Here


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2014 AIA San Diego

Committee on the Environment (COTE-SD)

Recognizing projects that integrate sustainable strategies into the building design

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Eligible projects: Awards competition is open to all project types, built projects only.

Provide the following additional information for the Committee On The Environment category:

Project Synopsis:

A narrative (maximum 500 words) describing how the project integrates sustainable strategies into the building design based upon each of categories in the rubric provided (2014 COTE Criteria Rubric).

The project will be evaluated using the National AIA COTE Measures of Sustainable Design (see National AIA COTE web pages www.aiatopten.org for additional information regarding these measures).

Delete this slide if

you are not submitting for this award.

PROJECT INFORMATION:

Project Name:

Fill in Here

Project Location:

Fill in Here

Completion Date:

Fill in Here

Specific Use of Building:

Fill in Here


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2014 AIA San Diego

Divine Detail

Recognizing specific, ingenious, unique and/or graceful design details

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Eligible projects: Awards competition is open to all project types, built projects only.

Provide the following additional information for the Divine Detail category:

Project Synopsis: A narrative (maximum 500 words) demonstrating how the project offers specific, ingenious, unique and/or graceful design details that are worthy of recognition in and of themselves.

Delete this slide if

you are not submitting for this award.

PROJECT INFORMATION:

Project Name:

Fill in Here

Project Location:

Fill in Here

Completion Date:

Fill in Here

Specific Use of Building:

Fill in Here


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  • 2014 AIA San Diego

  • Historic Preservation

  • Recognizing special achievements for a Historic Preservation project

  • SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  • Eligible projects: Awards competition is open to all project types, built projects only.

  • Provide the following additional information for the Historic Preservation cateogry:

  • Project Synopsis:A narrative (maximum 500 words) describing how the project is an exemplary example of Historic Preservation, Restoration, Rehabilitation or Reconstruction:

  • Summarize the building’s history and historic value.

  • Describe the building’s condition and deficiencies prior to work.

  • Discuss how historic features were saved and restored/reused.

  • Describe major alterations, code upgrades, and additions.

  • Explain any creative treatments, unique craftsmanship, or technological achievements.

  • Explain how the project complied with The Secretary of the Interior’s Standards. Include historic and before and after images.

Delete this slide if

you are not submitting for this award.

PROJECT INFORMATION:

Project Name:

Fill in Here

Project Location:

Fill in Here

Completion Date:

Fill in Here

Specific Use of Building:

Fill in Here


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  • 2014 AIA San Diego

  • Urban Solutions Award

  • Recognizing distinguished achievements that involves the expanding role of the Architect in urban design, regional and city planning, and community development.

  • Urban Design is defined for the awards program as the realm of physical design encompassing master planning and landscape plans to conceptual architectural design. This definition includes research and the design of spaces at all scales: from places between buildings to regional master plans. It looks at time from the conception and expression of an idea to the many phases of a master plan.

  • SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  • Eligible projects: Urban design projects, planning programs, civic improvements, campus plans, regional plans, environmental programs, or redevelopment projects. Projects should be completed as of January 1, 2011.

  • Special Instructions for Photographs and Images. Drawings, images, model images, and other materials must describe the overall context and scope of the project and design intent, complete with an indication of the scale of the plans, a North arrow for the site and floor plans if applicable.

  • Also include an indication of the locale and/or climate type. Any sustainable-design strategies should be illustrated in section, plan, elevation, or conceptual diagram. Submissions must include an aerial photograph or site plan with a clear depiction of the area of the work, a north arrow and a scale.

  • Provide the following additional information for the Urban Solutions category:

  • A one-page narrative that includes a statement of the problem and its goals, size, cost, and implementation schedule (as applicable) and describes the design process and community involvement and acceptance.

    • Describe the important urban design and landscape architecture concepts, the urban design issues and key urban design concepts (emphasizing process and implementation) with a description of the merits that justify consideration for an award.

    • Work(s) can be projects, designs, plans, papers and publications. Areas of projects can include campuses, transit centers, resorts, downtowns, town centers, parts of cities, neighborhoods, parks, trails, and open space.

Delete this slide if

you are not submitting for this award.

PROJECT INFORMATION:

Project Name:

Fill in Here

Project Location:

Fill in Here

Completion Date:

Fill in Here

Specific Use of Building:

Fill in Here


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  • Slide SC-8

  • 2014 AIA San Diego

  • Young Architect of the Year Award (YAYA)

  • Thank you for your interest in the Young Architect of the Year Award. The Young Architect of the Year Award is given to an individual who has shown exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the profession in an early stage of their architectural career.

  • SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  • Eligibility:

  • AIA Architect, Associate or employed by a member firm that pays supplemental dues.

  • All entrants must be licensed for less than ten years from date of licensure.

  • Criteria:

  • Individuals who have shown exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the profession in an early stage of their architectural career.

  • Specific Entry Requirements:

  • The following materials should be provided as a single PDF file smaller than 6 MB in the order listed not to exceed 24 pages in a single (1) CD labeled “Last Name First Name-YAYA2013”:

  • A biography of the nominee, not to exceed two pages, including a list of offices, positions, honors, publications, and presentations that relate to the purpose of the award.

  • A one-page statement of contributions that illustrates the effect of the work.

  • Exhibits of a maximum of 15 pages with images and/or drawings or other materials that best demonstrate the outstanding accomplishments. These files can be formatted in 11x17 size if desired.

  • Two one-page letters of support that are explicit in their recommendation and contain specific reasons for support (the one page letter is to be written on company letterhead containing an original or electronic signature)

  • Additionally, the following material should also be provided in the same CD:

  • A digital photo/image (one black-and-white head shot or portrait) of the nominee in a JPEG format and labeled as “Last Name First Name” minimum 350 x 350 pixel size and no larger than 3” x 5” at 72 dpi.

  • Applicant Release Form, Statement of Work, and Photo Release form. ALL FORMS CAN BE FOUND ON THE DESIGN AWARDS HOME PAGE.

  • IMPORTANT NOTICE:

  • Neither the AIA San Diego nor the Award sponsor are responsible for submission materials lost or damaged.

  • Delete this slide if

  • you are not submitting for this award.

  • Eligibility:

  • AIA Architect, Associate or employed by a member firm that pays supplemental dues.

  • All entrants must be licensed for less than ten years from January 1, 2013 (including other state licenses).

  • All entrants must be individual architects. Submissions will represent that individual, not a team or firm.

  • All entrants must be AIA Members or from a Member Firm.

  • Criteria:

  • Individuals who have shown exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the profession in an early stage of their architectural career.


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2013 AIA San Diego

Unbuilt VisionAward

The Un-built Vision Award will be presented to projects of note designed by registered architects that are not currently realized in physical form or not currently under construction. The project submitted must be funded, but not yet built or designed, but not yet funded.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Specific Entry Requirements:

Provide a maximum of sixteen (16) PowerPoint color image slides (minimum 8) – NOT

including the Project Information and Award Entry slides.

• More than one image may be placed on each slide if desired.

• DO NOT use slide transitions or animations in your submittal. If the name of the project

is on the building and you can tell what the logo is, blur it out.

• The right side of image slides can be used for a brief description of the image. Be

concise and use Arial Font only and minimum 10pt type. DO NOT change the basic

layout of the slides.

• Projects submitted in this category will be considered by the same Jury as the Built

Projects.

  • Delete this slide if

  • you are not submitting for this award.

  • Timeline:

  • Portfolio Submission Due

  • September 13, 2013 @ 5:00pm

  • Winner Announced at a Fall AIA San Diego program. Stay tuned for more information!

  • Eligibility:

  • All entrants must be California licensed architects, and located within San Diego County.

  • All entrants must be licensed for less than ten years from January 1, 2013 (including other state licenses).

  • All entrants must be individual architects. Submissions will represent that individual, not a team or firm.

  • All entrants must be AIA Members or from a Member Firm.

  • Criteria:

  • Individuals who have shown exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the profession in an early stage of their architectural career.


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2013 AIA San Diego

Metro TijuanaAward

The AIA San Diego Annual Design Awards, in recognition of great design in the community with which we share extensive economic and cultural ties, introduces a new award in the special recognition category; Outstanding Project – Metropolitan Tijuana.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Eligibility: Projects of any typology, with the involvement of a licensed Mexican architect or firm, lead design or of record.

Requirements: Submissions do not require AIA membership for preferred application fee., otherwise, all general requirements apply including 20” X 20” project image.

  • Delete this slide if

  • you are not submitting for this award.

  • Timeline:

  • Portfolio Submission Due

  • September 13, 2013 @ 5:00pm

  • Winner Announced at a Fall AIA San Diego program. Stay tuned for more information!

  • Eligibility:

  • All entrants must be California licensed architects, and located within San Diego County.

  • All entrants must be licensed for less than ten years from January 1, 2013 (including other state licenses).

  • All entrants must be individual architects. Submissions will represent that individual, not a team or firm.

  • All entrants must be AIA Members or from a Member Firm.

  • Criteria:

  • Individuals who have shown exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the profession in an early stage of their architectural career.


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2013 AIA San Diego

Patron of the Year Award

The AIA San Diego Annual Design Awards introduces a new award in the special recognition category; Patron of the Year. This award honors a corporation, institution or organization which, by commissioning and executing a project(s), significantly advances San Diego County’s outstanding built environment. Presented by AIA San Diego, the award celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit, vision and commitment of patrons of San Diego’s architecture.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Eligibility: Patrons of architectural projects completed in San Diego County are eligible for nomination for the Patron of the Year awards. Patrons and projects may be nominated into the following categories: commercial, institutional, governmental and interiors.

Requirements: Submission to include a statement attesting to the ways the nominee contributed to great design in San Diego County as well as a description of the project(s) including typology, physical dimensions, primary materials, LEED status (if applicable), budget and 20” X 20” project image.

  • Delete this slide if

  • you are not submitting for this award.

  • Timeline:

  • Portfolio Submission Due

  • September 13, 2013 @ 5:00pm

  • Winner Announced at a Fall AIA San Diego program. Stay tuned for more information!

  • Eligibility:

  • All entrants must be California licensed architects, and located within San Diego County.

  • All entrants must be licensed for less than ten years from January 1, 2013 (including other state licenses).

  • All entrants must be individual architects. Submissions will represent that individual, not a team or firm.

  • All entrants must be AIA Members or from a Member Firm.

  • Criteria:

  • Individuals who have shown exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the profession in an early stage of their architectural career.


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