2016 AIA/TAP Innovation Awards Program

Since 2005, The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Technology in Architectural Practice (TAP) Knowledge Community has spearheaded an effort to highlight award winning case studies from the architectural profession and construction industry in the harnessing of Building Information Model (BIM) technology and processes to further design, construction and project excellence.

Rather than abandon the notion of BIM, the 2015 program was expanded and renamed AIA/TAP Innovation Awards emphasizes how this array of new practices and technologies will further enable project delivery and enhance data-centric methodologies in the management of buildings for their entire lifecycle, from design, to construction and through operations. AIA TAP endeavors to enliven the discourse on how these innovations can advance the profession and practice of architecture and further the mission of the Institute.




2016 Submission is now closed

Award recipients will be announced in mid-October. Keep an eye out for the announcement email, and be sure to start following the hashtag #TAPYourChoice on Twitter for People's Choice voting information.
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2016 Jury

Ken Sanders, FAIA (Chair)
Gensler
San Francisco

Heather Burpee
University of Washington
Seattle

Ian O’Cain, AIA
Eskew+Dumez+Ripple Architects
New Orleans

Greg Gidez, AIA
Hensel Phelps Construction
Greeley, Colorado

Pierce Reynoldson
Skanska
New York City



Known previously as the AIA/TAP Building Information Modeling Awards Program. 

The 2016 Call for Submissions is now open! Want to look at the submission requirements? See the 2016 Submission Preview.