Awards

Honors & Awards Received By Barbara Campagna

2021     New York State Historic Preservation Award, Excellence in Historic Rehabilitation, Northland Corridor Redevelopment/Niagara Machine and Tool Works, Commissioner New York State Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation.

2020      Henry Hobson Richardson Award, AIANYS,  Award to an architect licensed in New York State for body of restoration work which has elevated both the quality of public architecture across NYS and the discourse about values that we design into our civic spaces.

2020      Buffalo Business First Brick by Brick Award, Adaptive Re-Use Category, Northland Central, Phase 2.

2020      AIA Buffalo/WNY Chapter Award, Historic Preservation, Northland Corridor Redevelopment.

2019       AIA Buffalo/WNY Chapter Award, Community Historic Preservation Award , Northland Workforce Training Center, Buffalo, NY.

2019       Buffalo Business First Brick by Brick Award, Adaptive Re-Use Category

Northland Workforce Training Center, Buffalo, NY.

2019       AIA NYS Excelsior Award, Award of Merit, Northland Workforce Training Center, Buffalo, NY.

2019       Preservation Buffalo Niagara, Outstanding Project Award,  Northland Workforce Training Center, Buffalo, NY.

2018       Inducted into the APT College of Fellows (Association for Preservation Technology International) for decades of distinguished contributions to APT.

2018       National Trust for Historic Preservation, Richard H. Driehaus Foundation National Preservation Award, Transformation of three core buildings at the National Historic Landmark Richardson Olmsted Campus into the Hotel Henry and the Buffalo Architecture Center.  (Received as President of the Buffalo Architecture Center.)

2018      Preservation League of New York State, Excellence in Historic Preservation Award, Transformation of three core buildings at the National Historic Landmark Richardson Olmsted Campus into the Hotel Henry and the Buffalo Architecture Center.  (Received as President of the Buffalo Architecture Center.)

2017     New York State Historic Preservation Award, Excellence in Historic Rehabilitation, Transformation of three core buildings at the National Historic Landmark Richardson Olmsted Campus into the Hotel Henry and the Buffalo Architecture Center.  (Received as President of the Buffalo Architecture Center from the Commissioner New York State Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation.)

2017      New York State AIA, Historic Preservation Award, Outstanding Rehabilitation of H. H. Richardson Landmark.  (Received as President of the Buffalo Architecture Center.)

2017      AIA Buffalo/WNY Preservation Design Award, Transformation of three core buildings at the National Historic Landmark Richardson Olmsted Campus into the Hotel Henry and the Buffalo Architecture Center.  (Received as President of the Buffalo Architecture Center.)

2011      Dean’s Medal, SUNY at Buffalo, School of Architecture & Planning, Presented at Commencement as a  Distinguished Alumni who has made significant contributions to the field (Historic Preservation).

2010       AIA DC Design Excellence Award, for the restoration of the Smoke House at Woodlawn Plantation, Alexandria, Virginia. (Received as Graham Gund Architect of the National Trust)

2009       Inducted into the AIA College of Fellows as “The Leading national architect and policymaker for the integration of preservation values into green building practices.”

2008       AIA DC Design Excellence Award, for the restoration of the Entrance Hall of the Stephen Decatur House, Washington, DC.  (Received as Graham Gund Architect of the National Trust)

2008      John Wesley Powell Prize for Historic Preservation,  Society for History in the Federal Government,  for the restoration of the Pioneer Courthouse in Portland, Oregon.  (Received as Regional Historic Preservation Officer at GSA)

2007       National AIA Institute Honors Award for Collaborative Achievement: Presented by the AIA to the Association for Preservation Technology International for the efforts of APT’s Technical Committee on Sustainable Preservation for the “unparalleled impact the committee has had on national and international organizations.” (Received as President of APT)

2005       Craftsmanship Award, AIA Portland, Oregon for the restoration of Pioneer Courthouse,  Portland, Oregon. (Received as Regional Historic Preservation Officer at GSA)

2002       National AIA Young Architect of the Year Award:   Presented by the National American Institute of Architects to an architect who has not yet been licensed for 10 years and who has made significant contributions to her field (Historic Preservation).

2000       Commissioner’s Annual Private Sector Award, New York State Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation, Preservation Master Plan of New York-Presbyterian Hospital. (Received as Senior Associate at Ehrenkrantz, Eckstut & Kuhn Architects)

1997       Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award, New York Landmarks Conservancy, Restoration of Eugene O’Neill & Virginia Theatres. (Received as Partner in Campagna & Russo Architects)

1996       New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Award for Excellence, Restoration of the Shubert Theatre. (Received as Partner in Campagna & Russo Architects)

1994       New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Certificate of Merit, Restoration of the Eugene O’Neill Theatre. (Received as Partner in Campagna & Russo Architects)

1991       Preservation League of New York State Award for Excellence in Restoration, Adaptive Use of Building 10 at the Buffalo Psychiatric Center. (Received as Project Manager at Cannon Design)

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