Alumni win four awards at the Congress for the New Urbanism's Annual Charter Awards

Alumni win four awards at the Congress for the New Urbanism's Annual Charter Awards

A Strategic Vision for Panama City, by Dover Kohl & Partners
By UM News

A Strategic Vision for Panama City, by Dover Kohl & Partners

Alumni win four awards at the Congress for the New Urbanism's Annual Charter Awards

By UM News

The School of Architecture is proud to announce that among the 14 awards given by the Congress of the New Urbanism annual Charter Awards, four were received by our alumni.

This year’s Award Ceremony took place virtually Saturday, June 13. The awards can be seen on the CNU’s website www.cnu.org.

Maria de la Guardia and Teofilo Victoria received an award for Beatrice Row, a townhouse development in Coral Gables; 

Dover Kohl (Victor Dover, Joe Kohl, James Dougherty and Amy Groves) received an award for their plan for the rebuilding of Panama City, FL after its destruction by Hurricane Matthew.

Christopher Carrigan, working with Historical Concepts, was part of the team producing the award winning town plan and building designs, for Senoia, GA.

Shawn Seaman, now President of Hoffman and Associates, the developer of the Wharf in Washington, DC, received the Grand Prize for the completion of the first phase of the waterfront redevelopment in Southwest Washington.