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2019 AGC New York State Jeffrey J. Zogg Build NY Awards AIA New York State Excelsior Awards 5.7.19

Welcome to the Associated General Contractors New York State (AGC NYS) Jeffrey J. Zogg Build NY Awards and the American Institute of Architects New York State (AIANYS) Excelsior Awards Reception In 2017, AGC NYS and AIANYS came together for the first time to celebrate and honor projects throughout the state in various categories. As we come together for our third annual joint reception, we recognize projects that highlight the collaborative efforts of design and construction.

The Jeffrey J. Zogg Build New York winners are risk-taking, problemsolving constructors leading the way with excellence in project management, innovation and safety experience. They continue to provide owners with the quality projects they’ve come to expect and are the key to success in today’s thriving construction industry. They are, quite literally, building a better future for our State and represent the best of the best.

Michael J. Elmendorf II AGC NYS President & CEO

ABOUT THE AGC NYS JEFFREY J. ZOGG BUILD NEW YORK AWARDS In 1990, the Build New York Awards program was developed as a way to highlight the positive impact of the construction industry in New York State involving building and heavy/highway construction. On October 15, 2010 the AGC NYS Board of Directors adopted the resolution to rename the Build New York Awards the Jeffrey J. Zogg Build New York Awards, in honor of late AGC NYS President Jeffrey J. Zogg. This was done as a testament to Jeff’s nearly 40-year career of dedication and service to the association and a tribute to his drive for quality and recognition of the need to create partnerships within our industry. The award emphasizes the construction team, not only the general contractor or construction manager, but also many others—the owner, architect, engineer, subcontractors, suppliers, and craftspeople—who contribute to the success of the project. Since its inception, the Build New York Award winners have symbolized the best of construction projects in the state. Winning projects have included buildings and bridges large and small, new and renovations, public and private. Some projects are beautiful, others ordinary to the eye. But they all have one thing in common—they presented challenges that were met successfully by the winning company and the project team.

agc nys Jeffrey J. Zogg Build NY AwardS Jury Jury Chairman | Richard Schneider | LeChase Construction Don Adams | Creighton Manning Ron Bagoly | CSArch Gregg Chappell | Schimenti Construction Tom LePage | Barr & Barr Joe Posillico | Posillico Civil Claude Rounds | Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Ed Sheats | Sheats & Bailey PLLC

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Jeff VanDenburgh | State University Construction Fund

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The AIANYS Excelsior Awards program, celebrating its 5th year, showcases design and professional excellence in publicly funded buildings, outdoor areas and public art throughout New York State. Ten projects were recognized for an award in the following categories: Historic Preservation, Renovation/Additions, New Construction and Public Art. Public Art was a new category introduced last year. The interdisciplinary jury evaluated the projects based on a set of three criteria: Firmness: demonstrating design based on sound architectural and engineering principles and responsible use of public funds to achieve the maximum public benefit; Commodity: demonstrating design that is functional and impactful, providing socio-economic benefits to the surrounding community and advancing the owner’s mission; and Delight: demonstrating design that achieves beauty and harmony through respect for the surrounding context, understanding and consideration of human scale, and satisfaction of user needs, both explicit and implicit. Projects include a former machine and tool works factory in a historic facility that was converted into a workforce training center; innovation labs, libraries and art centers for schools and universities; the renovation of an art center that serves a culturally underserved population; a Farm Educational Institute; modular supportive housing; a welcome center; four elevated subway stations; and the conversion of a former State Asylum in a National Historic Landmark building into a boutique hotel.

Universally praised for their conscious design that positively impacts our communities, the members of AIANYS provide blended solutions, not only in New York, but worldwide. I commend the recipients on their projects, but the real winners are the New Yorkers who live, work, learn and play within, and around these remarkable projects.


Georgi Ann Bailey, CAE, Hon. AIANYS Executive Director, AIA New York State

AIANYS EXCELSIOR AWARDS JURY Jury Chair | J. Michael Bergen, AIA, Principal | architecture+ Bevin Collins, RA | Capitol Architect, Office of General Services, Design and Construction Group Stefanie Wiley, President | Hoosick Valley Contractors John S. Edwards, PE, LEED AP, Principal | Sage Engineering Associates, LLP Mary Moore Wallinger, RLA, ASLA, Principal | LAndArt Studio

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building a brighter future, together

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5Congratulations to Colgate University.

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Thank you for choosing us as your construction partner.

Benton Hall at Colgate University Jeffrey J. Zogg Build NY Award Winner

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Jeffrey J. Zogg Build NY Awards Binghamton University School of Pharmacy | Binghamton, New York Jeffrey J. Zogg Build NY Award General Contractor: Fahs Construction Group Client: State University Construction Fund (SUCF) Owner: Binghamton University Architect: S/L/A/M Collaborative Engineer: Lakhani & Jordan Engineers, PC Contributing Team Members: State University of New York at

Binghamton - Lawrence Roma, Sally Oaks, Mo Afify, Robert Langhans, Renee Andrews; State University Construction Fund - Chuck Rodriguez, Kimberly Conant, Amanda Keenan, Michael Carruth, Richard Jaycox; Fahs Construction Group - Richard Gangemi, John Hall, Ivan Cote, Brian LaLonde; SLAM Architects & Engineers, PC - Richard Polvino, Mark Rhoades, Dean Webber, Daniel Granniss, Eleana Lynch, Pamela Corey; LeChase Construction Services, LLC - David Vaughn, Christopher Kelly, Brian Grinter, Jace Prine

Photo Credit: Kimberly Conant, SUCF

BU’s decision to build the new School of Pharmacy in Johnson City is a catalyst transforming and breathing new life into a struggling area both economically and financially, while still maintaining the area’s historical footprint.

Colgate University Benton Hall | Hamilton, New York Jeffrey J. Zogg Build NY Award Construction Manager: The Hayner Hoyt Corporation Owner: Colgate University Architect: Robert A.M. Stern Architects Engineer: Dewberry Contributing Team Members: Remlap Construction, Inc. and E.F. Thresh Inc. Photo Credit: Revette Studios

Benton Hall was built to match Colgate University’s historic architectural vernacular, to blend with the rest of the stately campus. That mission was accomplished.

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New York State Fair Exposition Center | Syracuse, New York Jeffrey J. Zogg Build NY Award Construction Manager: HBP Joint Venture Hueber-Breuer/Pike Company Owner: New York State Office of General Services Architect: QPK Engineer: CHA Contributing Team Members: John W. Danforth, AJay Glass & Mirror, Stonebridge Steel, Ridley Electric and Eli Smith Contractors Photo Credit: Revette Studios

The Exposition Center’s unveiling at the 2018 Great New York State Fair received phenomenal feedback from the community and helped contribute to the all-time record for attendance at the Fair.

YO1 Wellness Center | Monticello, New York Jeffrey J. Zogg Build NY Award Construction Manager: LeChase Construction Owner: Veria Lifestyle Inc. Architect: LMV Architects Engineer: Fellenzer Engineering Contributing Team Members: Jersey Panel Photo Credit: Revette Studios

The YO1 Wellness Center is at the forefront of a renaissance underway in the Catskill Mountains, as the area looks to regain its former status as a premier getaway destination for residents of the greater New York City area. PAGE | 7

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Northland Workforce Training Center | Buffalo, New York Historic Preservation | Award of Merit Submitting Firm: Watts Architecture & Engineering Construction Manager: Gilbane, Inc. Landscape Architect: Environmental Design & Research Historic Preservation Architect: BAC/Architecture + Planning PLLC Architectural Support & Master Planning: SWBR Mechanical Engineer: Popli Design Group Environmental Engineer: The LiRo Group Structural Engineer: Siracuse Engineers & Watts Architecture & Engineering Photo Credit: Barbara A. Campagna, FAIA

Wonderful reuse of an outdated industrial space for a new generation/universe of work force.

The Hotel Henry at the Richardson Olmsted Campus | Buffalo, New York Historic Preservation | Honor Award Submitting Firm: Deborah Berke Partners Construction Manager: LP Ciminelli Historic Preservation Architect: Goody Clancy Executive Architect: Flynn Battaglia Architects Consulting Architect: Andropogon Associates Photo Credit: Christopher Payne/ESTO

A breathtaking new focus for a monumental piece of history.

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Middletown High School Innovation Labs | Middletown, New York Renovation/Addition | Award of Merit Submitting Firm: KG+D Architects, PC Construction Manager: Triton Construction MEP Engineer: Gerard Associates Structural Engineer: St. Germain & Aupperle Consulting Engineers Lighting Consultant: Goldstick Lighting Design, Ltd. Photo Credit: © David Lamb Photography

Strong correlation of programming and design will motivate and empower the next generation.

Milne Library Interior Renovation, SUNY Oneonta | Oneonta, New York Renovation/Addition | Award of Merit Submitting Firm: architecture+ MEP Engineer: Jade Stone Engineering PLLC Structural Engineer: Ryan Biggs | Clark Davis Engineering & Surveying, DPC General Contractor: Andrew R. Mancini Associates Library Consultant: Aaron Cohen Associates Hazardous Materials Abatement Design: Watts Architecture & Engineering Cost Consultant: Stuart-Lynn Company, Inc.

Photo Credit: Gary D. Gold

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Bronx River Art Center | Bronx, New York Renovation/Addition | Award of Merit Submitting Firm: Sage and Coombe Architects MEP Engineer: IP Group Structural Engineer: Thornton Tomasetti/Weidlinger Associates Civil Engineer: Langan General Contractor: S&N Builders Photo Credit: Alexa Hoyer

The place making and design of the project clearly communicates with and invites the participation of the local community.

Tilly Foster Farm Educational Institute - Building #8 | Brewster, New York Renovation/Addition | Award of Merit Submitting Firm: Putnam County Department of Highway and Facilities Architect: Putnam County Highway and Facilities Project Manager: Putnam County Highway and Facilities Engineer: Putnam County Highway and Facilities Contributing Engineer: Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. Contributing Design Member: Putnam Northern Westchester BOCES Interior Consultant: LBR Design Collaborative, LTD. Contributing Putnam County Departments: County Executive Office, Law Department, Consumer Affairs & Code Enforcement, Purchasing Department, Planning, Development & Public Transportation, Health Department, Information Technology/GIS, Parks & Recreation Photo Credit: Ben Harrison, AIA, NCARB, RA

And excellent example of how a relatively modest project can benefit the local community in an impactful way.

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Rockefeller Arts Center at SUNY Fredonia | Fredonia, New York Renovation/Addition | Honor Award Submitting Firm: Deborah Berke Partners Construction Manager: Campus Construction Management Group MEP Engineer: Lakhani & Jordan Engineers Structural Engineer: Robert Silman Associates General Contractor: Northland Associates, Inc. Landscape Architect: Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects Civil Engineer: Larsen Engineers Photo Credit: Chris Cooper

Brilliant contribution to its surroundings while simultaneously being respectful of the original building.

The LEGO Modular Supportive Housing | Bronx, New York New Construction | Award of Merit Submitting Firm: James McCullar Architecture, PC Construction Manager: C & S Construction & Consulting Group, LLC MEP Engineer: Joselow & Associates, LLC Structural Engineer: De Nardis Engineering, LLC General Contractor: Strategic Construction Group Landscape Architect: Starr Whitehouse Photo Credit: Aislinn Weidele

A brilliant and skillful use of the modular construction technology and the use of color and design that enhances the neighborhood while mirroring its important role in the community. PAGE | 11

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Grafton Lakes Welcome Center | Cropseyville, New York New Construction | Award of Merit Submitting Firm: Saratoga Associates Construction Manager: Arcadis MEP Engineer: McFarland Johnson Structural Engineer: McFarland Johnson General Contractor: Bishop Beaudry Construction Photo Credit: Bishop Beaudry Construction

Reflects the peaceful nature of the site while providing insights into the park’s purpose .

Re-Envisioning the Elevated – Four Stations on the Astoria Line Astoria, New York Public Art | Award of Merit

Structural Engineer: Garg Consulting Services Steel Fabrication: Cody Builders Metal Fabrication: Miller Metal Fabrication Architecture and Engineering Reference Documents: Grimshaw Architects; ARUP Artists: Stephen Westfall, Maureen McQuillan, Sarah Morris, Diane Carr Client: MTA New York City Transit; MTA Arts and Design Photo Credit: Assaf Evron

Submitting Firm: di Domenico + Partners Design Build Contractor: Skanska Engineering & Architecture: AECOM Industrial Design: Billings Jackson Design Electrical Engineering: GG Engineering Electrical Subcontractor: E-J Electric Installation Co. Mechanical/Plumbing Engineering: CSA Group Lighting Design: Domingo Gonzalez Associates, Inc.

The play on art and light transforms these functional spaces into community art work that enhance neighborhood character and enhance the user experience.

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Congratulations to this Year’s Award Recipients! Roslyn Consultants, LLC Burton L. Roslyn, FAIA, FARA, DBIA, Architect 28 Pasture Lane Roslyn Heights, New York 11577 Phone: (516) 484-4771 Fax: (516) 484-4776 email:

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Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital · Clark Pavilion & CVI Clinic Renovation 440 West 114th Street New York, NY 10025 · Array Architects

34 West 32 n d Street 7 t h Floor New York, NY 10001 (212) 563-3300


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Distinguished Service Award The AGC NYS Distinguished Service award recognizes individuals who have provided extraordinary service, commitment and integrity to the construction industry.

David Rubin

Senior Advisor, Sano-Rubin Construction Services David Rubin was born and raised in Albany, graduating from Shaker High School in 1970. He attended Brown University, graduating in 1975 with degrees in Civil Engineering and Economics. In 1980, he received his Masters in Management & Finance from MIT’s Sloan School and returned to Albany to join his family’s construction firm, Sano-Rubin Construction. David was the third generation of the Rubin family to head the company, having taken over as President & CEO from his father, Donald, in 1985. Today, he fills the role of Senior Advisor having transitioned the company to the 4th generation of his family, cousin David Hollander in 2014.

David’s construction expertise and lifelong commitment to our industry has been an invaluable resource to our clients, the architecture and engineering community and the public.

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The company was started in 1912 by Louis Rubin and became Sano-Rubin when the Sanos joined his grandfather’s firm in 1934. Throughout its history, SanoRubin has built or renovated many different types of facilities in the Capital District area: Public and Private elementary and secondary schools; Colleges; Churches and Synagogues; Office Headquarters; Hospitals, Nursing Homes and Health Care Clinics; Retail Stores; Multi-family and Retirement Housing Communities. David has been very active in construction industry associations, including serving as Past President of the GBC, the General Building Contractors (NY State AGC Chapter) and was a National Director of the AGC from 1997-2008. Additionally he has served on AGC’s National Committees for Education, Contract, Construction and Construction Management. David was also Past President of Eastern Contractors Association. He serves the Capital District community on the Technical Advisory Committee for Teresian House, Board of Directors for St. Peter’s Hospital Foundation and the Albany Symphony Orchestra’s Board of Directors. He has also served on Board of Directors for the Northeastern Association of the Blind, Daughters of Sarah Nursing Home, and the Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood as well as the Center for Disabled’s Realty Board, construction committee of the United Way, Albany-Colonie Regional Chamber of Commerce and Board of Trustees for the Sage Colleges.

Daniel Patrick Moynihan Award The Daniel Patrick Moynihan Award recognizes public officials or individuals who, through their efforts, have furthered the public’s awareness and/or appreciation of design excellence in public architecture. This award is intended to recognize members of the public who make contributions to architecture.

Deborah J. Glick

New York State Assemblymember Deborah J. Glick is a Democratic member of the New York State Assembly representing the 66th Assembly District in Lower Manhattan, including the neighborhoods of Greenwich Village, the East Village, the West Village, Tribeca, and Battery Park City. Glick is a lifelong resident of New York City and has lived in Greenwich Village for over 40 years. A graduate of the City University of New York’s Queens College, she received a Masters of Business Administration degree from Fordham University. Glick owned and managed a small printing business in Tribeca before becoming Deputy Director of General Services at the New York City Department of Housing, Preservation, and Development, where she worked until May 1990.

Her position as Chair of the Higher Education Committee affords her the opportunity to advocate for better schools, knowing how important higher education is to the fabric of our society.

Glick’s political activism began in college and she is still strongly involved in grassroots organizing. Glick first ran for the State Assembly in 1990 and won, becoming the first openly gay state legislator in New York State. She has served in the legislature for 28 years, championing a number of progressive legislative causes as well as key local issues. Legislative Record Glick serves as the Chair of the Assembly’s Higher Education Committee, which oversees all private and public higher education institutions, financial assistance for students, and professional licensing, a position she has held since 2007. Additionally, Glick serves on the Ways and Means, Rules, Governmental Operations and Environmental Conservation Committees. She also serves as the Chair of the Assembly’s Intern Program, overseeing the Assembly’s student interns. As an Assemblymember, her legislative priorities have focused on women’s rights, including expanding access to reproductive healthcare; LGBTQ rights; environmental preservation and protection; the protection of animals, especially those in shelters; higher education; tenants’ rights; increasing pedestrian and traffic safety; maintaining and expanding open space; and support for the arts.

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Henry Hobson Richardson Award The Henry Hobson Richardson Award recognizes AIA members licensed in NYS and practicing in the private sector who have made a significant contribution to the quality of NYS public architecture and who have established a portfolio of accomplishments to that end.

Terrence E. O’Neal, FAIA, LEED AP Managing Principal, Terrence O’Neal Architect LLC (TONA)

Terrence O’Neal FAIA, LEED AP is managing principal of Terrence O’Neal Architect LLC (TONA) based in lower Manhattan. TONA is a full-service architecture and design firm that focuses on supportive housing, schools and healthcare facilities. For over 25 years, TONA has designed numerous projects for the NYC School Construction Authority, Covenant House NY, as well as affordable and supportive housing throughout the five boroughs. The firm recently completed the design for the Lorraine Montenegro Women and Children’s Residence, a newly constructed five-story building in the Bronx.

Terry has been an agent of change in advancing the role of architecture through practice and advocacy in a career recognized by numerous awards over a span of 25 years.

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Outside of his practice, Terry has firsthand experience engaging with civic leaders to bring architectural and design thinking to social issues. He was chair, and remains a member of, the Land Use & Waterfront committee of Manhattan Community Board 6 (CB6) where he’s led CB6 in the community’s response to many issues. He represented CB6 on the East Midtown Steering committee which developed guidelines for East Midtown rezoning, and is now representing CB6 on the East Midtown Public Realm Governing Group approving public realm improvement projects funded through the rezoning. Terry serves on the board of the New York Building Congress and is a trustee on the AIA Trust Board which oversees insurance programs nationwide for the AIA. As president of AIANYS in 2006, Terry’s outreach efforts resulted in a highly successful conference, setting the foundation for ongoing interaction between the architectural community and the public realm, and producing the “Guide to New York State: Livable and Sustainable Communities.” In November 2018, Terry received the highest award granted by AIANYS, the James William Kideney Gold Medal Award for demonstrating a lifetime commitment to making the community a better place in which to live and take a leadership role in the profession and the professional society at the local, state or national level.

Henry Hobson Richardson Award The Henry Hobson Richardson Award recognizes AIA members licensed in NYS and practicing in the private sector who have made a significant contribution to the quality of NYS public architecture and who have established a portfolio of accomplishments to that end.

Pamela Jerome, FAIA, LEED AP,


President, Architectural Preservation Studio, DPC Pamela Jerome, FAIA, LEED AP grew up and studied in Greece. Upon returning to the US in 1980, she began her career in NY working on the adaptive reuse of SoHo lofts. She is now President of Architectural Preservation Studio, DPC, an NYC-based architecture and preservation firm that is a certified WBE. Her expertise is in masonry conservation and waterproofing.

An individual with a high level of energy, intelligence and passion, Pamela Jerome has contributed to the philosophy that will affect New York’s public landmarks for generations to come as well as to the physical preservation of some of the state’s most important buildings.

Pamela has made a reputation restoring NYC-designated landmarks. She believes that historic structures anchor communities and provide a sense of place. Her work has impacted the public sector by enhancing these attributes. She has taken derelict buildings for the NYC Department of Design and Construction (DDC), and through her restoration efforts returned them to their communities as active sites. These include the Jamaica Performing Arts Center and the Hunterfly Road Houses of Weeksville. Pamela’s exterior enhancement and restoration of the National Historic Landmark (NHL) Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum won five awards including the 2009 AIA NYS Honor for Architectural Excellence in Historic Preservation and 2009 AIA Westchester/Mid-Hudson Chapter Honor Award. She is currently involved in the design of exterior repairs for the 1895 Brooklyn Museum of Art. Pamela’s leadership on the Holland Tunnel Ventilation Building for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, a 1927 NHL, involved the restoration of three pairs of monumental bronze doors including meeting ADA requirements as emergency exits. On the civic front, Pamela oversaw the feasibility study for blast-resistant window upgrades at the Alexander Hamilton US Custom House, a 1907 NHL. For the 1914 Manhattan Municipal Building, she worked on the interior finishes’ restoration of the two ground-floor lobbies. Pamela also worked on the design of the interior finishes’ restoration of the 1927 New York County Courthouse. She is currently collaborating with LTL Architects on a DDC-led enhancement and exterior restoration of the 1903 Brownsville Public Library. Pamela’s work has made a significant contribution to the quality of New York State public landmarks.

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Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller Award The Nelson Rockefeller Award recognizes licensed architects employed in the public sector in New York State whose work on projects within their jurisdiction has furthered the cause of design excellence in public architecture.

Sandra L. Daigler, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Director of Upstate Planning, Design and Quality Assurance, DASNY Sandra Daigler has served the public all her professional life. She is the current Director of Upstate Planning, Design and Quality Assurance for DASNY. Prior to her position as Director, Sandra held the positions of Associate Architect and Chief Architect at DASNY and has been with DASNY for over 20 years. Prior to joining DASNY, she was employed by the Design and Construction Group of the NYS Office of General Services as a Senior Architect for 16 years, and prior to that, she was an Assistant Architect for NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities.

Sandra has spent her entire career in public service performing design, review, management and administration of a wide variety of public projects from minor maintenance through premier capital projects such as Binghamton University’s $376M East Campus Housing Project.

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Sandra is also a certified Code Enforcement Official in New York State and a LEED Accredited Professional. In addition, she holds a GPRO Certificate in Construction Management. Ms. Daigler is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the American Society for Quality as well as being a member of the Uncle Sam Toastmasters organization in Troy, NY. While at DASNY, Sandra has presented to SUNY’s Physical Plant Administrators at their summer and winter conferences on a range of topics including “Campus Planning,” “Best Practices in Delivering Quality Projects,” and “Current Trends in Student Housing.” She also presented to Northeast Association of College & University Housing Officers (NEACUHO) 2003 conference “Sound Beginnings Bring You Sound Residence Halls” as well as the presentation “Avoid Construction Pitfalls by Design” to AIANYS. Sandra’s commitment to her community and her profession are exemplified by her being DASNY’s liaison to the New York State Chapter of the American Institute of Architects where she chairs the quarterly joint AIANYS/DASNY meetings since 2015 but has been the liaison for almost 10 years. She was also honored by the Professional Women in Construction’s national organization at their August 2008 meeting. In addition, Sandra has been a mentor for young architects at DASNY in their summer intern program. Sandra holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.


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About AGC NYS & AIANYS The Associated General Contractors of New York State is the leading voice of the building and heavy highway construction industry, representing contractors and related companies dedicated to the ideals of skill, integrity and responsibility. Membership in the AGC NYS provides you with the opportunities to participate in addressing and learning from all the issues and problems created by the complexity of New York State’s current and future current political, legal and regulatory environment.

AIA New York State is the voice of the architectural community and a resource for its members in service to society. It is American Institute of Architects New York State’s (AIANYS) Mission to represent architects and the profession of architecture in government and provide services to the membership. Architects within the profession saw a need for representation, to achieve influence and maintain the integrity of the profession for their needs in governmental bodies. The AIANYS Board of Directors come together as a means of a cumulative voice for over 9,500 members and oversee the various operational aspects and activities. The American Institute of Architects was founded in New York by Richard Upjohn with the goal to “promote the scientific and practical perfection of its members” and “elevate the standing of the profession.”

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