The Samuel Morgan Lifetime Service Award for Contribution to Architecture in the Public Realm
This award is one of the highest honors that AIA Tennessee can bestow on an individual. It is conferred by the AIA Tennessee Board in recognition of a significant body of work influencing the built environment. Any individual living or dead, who the Jury believes qualified, is eligible to receive the Samuel Morgan Awards. Architects and Individuals who have exhibited a lasting influence on the theory and practice of architecture will be honored with these awards.
Recipients of Samuel Morgan Lifetime Service Award are:
William B. Nolan – 2019
L. Duane Grieve, FAIA – 2018
Major General Jeff Holmes, AIA – 2017
TK Davis, FAIA, and Marleen Davis, FAIA – 2016
Dr. Joe Johnson – 2015
Connie Wallace, Hon. AIA – 2014
State Senator Douglas Henry – 2013
Stroud Watson – 2012
Nominations are now open for the 2020 Lifetime Awards. Learn more.
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