The AIA Mid-Michigan hosted their 2017 Honor Awards ceremony on Friday, November 3 at the UrbanBeat Event Center in Lansing, MI. This year's ceremony was partnered with the Greater Lansing Arts Council to coincide with Arts Night Out in order to better showcase the work of local AIA members.
Graciously presented by Bryan Lijewski, AIA, Architect for the State Historic Preservation Office, Hobbs+Black Architects was honored to receive three awards. The awards bestowed included the People's Choice Award and Building Award for the Agro-Culture Liquid Fertlizers headquarters in St. Johns, MI, as well as the Architecture Firm of the Year Award for the Hobbs+Black Lansing office.
Attending and accepting the awards on Hobbs+Black's behalf were Vice President Nicholas Scarpone, Vice President and Director of Business Development Betsy Hobbs Wagner, and Project Assistant Adam Pohl.
The event provided a great opportunity to mingle with members of the local communities and learn more about the advances and impacts of the local architectural developments. Hobbs+Black is grateful to all who were a part of the celebration and the amazing advocacy in providing public awareness for our profession and members.
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