Awards

Morgan Auditorium Renovation, American School & University Magazine, 2011

Morgan Auditorium Renovation, American School & University Magazine, 2011

Morgan Auditorium Rennovation

Since 1983, American School & University magazine has hosted the premier competitions for education design projects. School administrators and others interested in educational facilities look to the August Educational Interiors Showcase issue and the November Architectural Portfolio as guides to award-winning ideas and innovations for America’s schools and universities. Honored projects are published in these annual design issues and also appear on SchoolDesigns.com in the “Find a Project” database of designs.

Granada Theatre, Citation Award, Institute of Architects California Council, 2011

Granada Theatre, Citation Award, Institute of Architects California Council, 2011

Granada Theatre

Since 1982, The American Institute of architects, California Council has celebrated outstanding architecture through the IACC Design Awards Program. Held each Spring, the Design Awards program recognizes achievements in Architecture, Interior Architecture, Urban Design, Small Projects as well as the 25-Year Award and Maybeck Award. The awards are juried by a distinguished group of architects and members of the architectural profession.

Santa Barbara Airport Terminal Expansion, President’s Award, Santa Barbara Beautiful, 2011

Santa Barbara Airport Terminal Expansion, President’s Award, Santa Barbara Beautiful, 2011

President's Award, Santa Barbara Beautiful, 2011

Santa Barbara Beautiful recognizes important beautification projects throughout the city each year through its Annual and Monthly Awards Programs. From small single-family residence do-it-yourself projects to estate gardens, civic buildings, theatres, projects placing art in public places, and everything in between, these programs single out exemplary properties and the individuals responsible for those properties that expand the beauty of Santa Barbara

Granada Theatre, Honor Award, American Institute of Architects Santa Barbara Chapter, 2009

Granada Theatre, Honor Award, American Institute of Architects Santa Barbara Chapter, 2009

Honor Award, American Institute of Architects Santa Barbara Chapter, 2009

Every third year, a jury of renowned architects select the best of architectural design in Santa Barbara. From a diverse field that includes private residences, public buildings and intimate interiors, the Jury honors those projects that excel in design excellence.

Hahn Hall, President’s Award, Santa Barbara Beautiful, 2009

Hahn Hall, President’s Award, Santa Barbara Beautiful, 2009

President’s Award, Santa Barbara Beautiful, 2009

Santa Barbara Beautiful recognizes important beautification projects throughout the city each year through its Annual and Monthly Awards Programs. From small single-family residence do-it-yourself projects to estate gardens, civic buildings, theatres, projects placing art in public places, and everything in between, these programs single out exemplary properties and the individuals responsible for those properties that expand the beauty of Santa Barbara.

Industry Leadership Award for Commitment to Sustainability, 2009

Green California Community College Summit • Pasadena, CA

PMSM Architects was chosen for the Industry Leadership Award for their work in green community college design. Working with colleges on projects incorporating sustainable design, such as the Santa Barbara City College Sports Pavilion, the Reedley College classroom building and Southeast Center, the Wray Theatre and Music Building at Rio Hondo College, the campus master plan at Cuesta College’s North County Campus and a host of others, PMSM has been focused on educational architecture for the past 50 years. PMSM’s philosophy is that sustainable design does not cost more and should provide a significant return on investment. The firm develops design solutions that are unique to the educational program, campus aesthetic, environmental characteristics of the site, and the bottom line.

Oceano Community Center, Environmental Initiative Award, San Luis Obispo County, 2008

Oceano Community Center, Environmental Initiative Award, San Luis Obispo County, 2008

Environmental Initiative Award, San Luis Obispo County, 2008

From 2002 through 2009, awards were made to recognize and reward an individual, group or organization that has made a worthwhile contribution to the betterment of the environment or ecology of San Luis Obispo County.

Arroyo Grande High School, Citation Award, American School & University Magazine, 2008

Arroyo Grande High School, Citation Award, American School & University Magazine, 2008

Citation Award, American School & University Magazine, 2008

Since 1983, American School & University magazine has hosted the premier competitions for education design projects. School administrators and others interested in educational facilities look to the August Educational Interiors Showcase issue and the November Architectural Portfolio as guides to award-winning ideas and innovations for America’s schools and universities. Honored projects are published in these annual design issues and also appear on SchoolDesigns.com in the “Find a Project” database of designs.

Arroyo Grande High School, Concrete Masonry Association of California & Nevada, 2008

Arroyo Grande High School, Concrete Masonry Association of California & Nevada, 2008

Concrete Masonry Association of California & Nevada, 2008

The concrete masonry design awards is a program that recognizes and encourages outstanding architectural design that incorporates concrete masonry. The awards program recognizes designers, builders, craftsmen, structural engineering firm, concrete masonry supplier, and the owners.

Granada Theatre, President’s Award, Santa Barbara Beautiful, 2008

Granada Theatre, President’s Award, Santa Barbara Beautiful, 2008

Granada Theatre

Santa Barbara Beautiful recognizes important beautification projects throughout the city each year through its Annual and Monthly Awards Programs. From small single-family residence do-it-yourself projects to estate gardens, civic buildings, theatres, projects placing art in public places, and everything in between, these programs single out exemplary properties and the individuals responsible for those properties that expand the beauty of Santa Barbara.