design awards

2011 Merit Award    
 
This award for Excellence in School Building and Design was given for the Oakland Elementary School by the South Carolina Chapter of CEFPI (The Council of Educational Facility Planners). Oakland Elementary school was completed in August of 2010. The Council of Educational Facility Planners (CEFPI) is a professional association whose sole mission is improving the places where children learn.
     
         
2010 Philip Trammell Shutze Awards    
 
This award for Urban Design was presented to the design team by The Southeast Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America for excellence in traditional and classical design for a Vision of Marion Square in association with Fairfax, Sammons & Partners.
     
         
2010 Merit Award    
 
This award for Excellence in School Building and Design was given for the Ashley Hall Media Center and Science Building by the South Carolina Chapter of CEFPI in association with Shepley Bulfinch.
     
         
2008 Three Sisters Award    
 
This Award for Block, Street and Building was This award was for the design of Factors Walk residential project in Charleston, South Carolina presented by the Committee to Save the City.
     
         
2008 Charter Award    
 
This Award for Block, Street and Building was presented to the design team by The Congress for New Urbanism for The Vision for Marion Square, Charleston, South Carolina. Fairfax & Sammons was team leader and Goff-D'Antonio Associates was a member of the team.
     
         
2004 Pace Awards    
 
This was a Merit Historic Award for the historic renovation and adaptive reuse of Tiger Lily Florist at Spring and Ashley Streets in Charleston, South Carolina awarded by Charleston Regional Business Journal.
     
         
2004 Carolopolis Award    
 
Award for renovation and adaptive reuse of 131 Spring Street presented to the firm by the Preservation Society of Charleston.
     
         
2003 Low Country Design Award    
 
Merit Award for commercial renovation of 34 Radcliffe Street awarded by AIA/Charleston and Charleston Regional Business Journal.
     
         
2002 Carolopolis Award    
 
The firm was presented a Carolopolis Award for the renovation and adaptive reuse of 34 Radcliffe Street awarded by the Preservation Society of Charleston.
     
         
2000 Three Sisters Award    
 
This award was presented to Garey Goff and Hank D'Antonio in recognition of exemplary and unique contributions to the special character of Charleston for the Harbour View Inn, by the Committee to Save the City
     
         
2000 Coastal Living Magazine    
 
One of 6 winners nationally of the Coastal Awards 2000, the firm’s design of the HarbourView Inn received the Award for Contextual Design. This award recognized projects that were environmentally responsible. The project was published nationally in the January-February 2000 issue of Coastal Living Magazine.
     
         
1999 Historical Commission of Metropolitan Nashville    
 
For the renovation of J.C. Bradford Building in Nashville, Tennessee for outstanding efforts toward preservation of Davidson County architectural heritage. (In association with Everton Oglesby Askew).
     
         
1999 Carolopolis Award    
 
The firm was presented with this award for Harbour View Inn by the Preservation Society for preservation and renovation of an historic property.
     
         
1998 AIA People's Choice Awards    
 
These awards for the Harbour View Inn, and Joseph P. Riley Baseball Park (in association with HOK Sports) were from the Charleston Chapter of the AIA for design, as selected by a committee of non-Architects.
     
         
1995 Design for Transportation Honor Award    
 
Presented for the Visitors Reception and Transportation Center in Charleston, South Carolina by the U.S. Department of Transportation and National Endowment for the Arts. (In association with NBBJ/Cooper Robertson Partners).
     
         
1994 AIA Design Award    
 
An honor award by the South Carolina Chapter American Institute of Architects for the Charleston Visitor's Center. (In association with NBBJ/Cooper-Robertson Partners).
     
         
1992 AIA Design Award    
 
Presented by the Charleston Chapter of American Institute of Architects for the Charleston Visitors Center. (In association with NBBJ/Cooper-Robertson Partners).
     
         
1990 GSA Design Awards    
 
A national award presented in Washington, DC by the Public Buildings Service, Washington, DC for the Hollings Judicial Center, Charleston, South Carolina. The project was displayed in the National Building Museum for one month following the award ceremony. (Goff Associates).
     
         
1989 IBD Design Awards    
 
An award for MUSC Parking Garage which was a 1000 car parking garage for MUSC at President and Bee Street.
     
         
1988 Prestressed Concrete Institute Award    
 
An award for use of prestressed concrete on the MUSC Parking Garage presented to Goff Associates.
     
         
1987 Prestressed Concrete Institute Award    
 
An award for use of prestressed concrete on Parkshore Center Office Complex presented to Goff Associates. Charleston, South Carolina