Nader Tehrani (MAUD ’91) and Dan Gallagher (MArch ’91) receive awards for Hinman Research Building

Nader Tehrani (MAUD ’91) and Dan Gallagher (MArch ’91) have received 12 awards for the restoration, rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of the Hinman Research Building, an important piece of Georgia Tech’s built heritage. Designed in 1939 by P.M. Heffernan, the 35,000-square-foot building has been preserved and revitalized by transforming it into a flexible new annex for the College of Architecture, including new studio, lab, classrooms and research spaces.
2012, AIA New York Design Awards, Honor Award
2012, AIA/Committee on Education, Educational Facility Design Merit Award
2012, Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, Excellence in Rehabilitation Award
2011, Architect, Annual Design Review Award
2011, AIA/Georgia, Honor Award
2011, Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, Sustainability Award
2011, I.D. Annual Design Review, honorable Mention
2011, Interior Design, Best of Year Award
2011, BD+C Reconstruction, Platinum Award
2011, CMAA, Honor Award
2011, AGC Build Georgia Award, 1st Place
2011, 58th P/A Awards, Citation
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