2015 Winners

  • The Montgomery County Department of General Services, Office of Special Projects and AECOM, for New Construction, Compatible Addition, Sustainable Design, and Landscape Design for the Judicial Center Annex;
  • The Montgomery County Historical Society and the City of Rockville for Stewardship of the historic Beall-Dawson House and their fifty-year partnership;
  • Peter and Patricia Neame, Homeowners, Mark Hughes, Architect at Harrison Design Associates, and George Papaheraklis, Contractor at Finecraft Building Contractors, Inc.,  for Stewardship, Landscaping, and Renovation at 106 North Adams;
  • Beth Mobley, Homeowner, and Russ Robertson, Contractor at ACCO Home Improvements for Renovation and Landscaping at 2304 Veirs Mill Road;
  • The Thomas S. Wootton Social Studies Honor Society for Educational Outreach for the Thomas Sprigg Wootton Marker;
  • The City of Rockville Department of Public Works, Jim Woods, Project Manager, Jim Fetchu of Charles P. Johnson and Associates, and Tim Schueler, Designer and Geomorphologist at Hazen and Sawyer, P.C., for Environmental Restoration of the Glenora Tributary;
  • The City of Rockville Recreation and Parks Department,  Steve Mader, Superintendent of Parks, Mark Kibiloski, Administrative Supervisor, Gregory Satterfield, Principal Carpenter and Construction Manager, and Patrick Tarquinio, Metal Fabrication, Coordination, Design and  Construction  for Educational Outreach and Interpretive Exhibit for the Wootton’s Mill Interpretive Marker;
  •  Andrew Fraser, Business Owner, and Clare Marino, Architect at GTM Architects, for Adaptive Reuse at DogiZone;
  • MV+A Architects for New Construction for 275 North Washington Street;
  • Maryland Public Television for the Wagman Award, which honors outstanding achievement by members of the broadcast media whose work has heightened public awareness of Rockville’s architectural and cultural heritage, growth, and development, for “Our Town- Rockville.”