Two Treasure Valley architects were honored in the biennial awards competition held by the Idaho chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Bryan Hallowell, of CTA Architects in Boise, led a team that won an Honor Award, the chapter’s highest, for his design of the headquarters and visitor center at the Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge in Alamo, Nevada. The building was built by Northern Management Service Inc. of Sandpoint.
Two Treasure Valley architects were honored in the biennial awards competition held by the Idaho chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Bryan Hallowell, of CTA Architects in Boise, led a team that won an Honor Award, the chapter’s highest, for his design of the headquarters and visitor center at the Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge in Alamo, Nevada. The building was built by Northern Management Service Inc. of Sandpoint. Provided by AIA Idaho
Two Treasure Valley architects were honored in the biennial awards competition held by the Idaho chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Bryan Hallowell, of CTA Architects in Boise, led a team that won an Honor Award, the chapter’s highest, for his design of the headquarters and visitor center at the Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge in Alamo, Nevada. The building was built by Northern Management Service Inc. of Sandpoint. Provided by AIA Idaho

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