A program by AIA San Fernando Valley
Registration Due: Monday, December 22, 2014
Submissions Due: Monday, March 2, 2015
Winners Announced Monday, March 30, 2015
Click Here for the application form and program requirements
The competition involves the design of the San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission. Recently, this mission was lost due to fire. A new site has been selected and the AIA San Fernando Valley has worked with the staff of the mission to provide the programmatic requirements. While Survival Outreach Services has served as an emergency stopgap, the loss of the production, donation, residential facilities and half of the vehicles fleet has caused a significant loss of support of the mission’s work with the homeless. This new facility will be enlarged enabling the mission to reduce the homeless population by offering self‐sufficiency, life skills classes and training to the homeless.
Prizes will be rewarded to:
1st Place: $1,500.00
2nd Place: $1,000.00
3rd Place: $ 500.00
1st Place: $ 500.00
2nd Place: $ 300.00
3rd Place: $ 200.00
The competition is open to all NACRB/IDP participants. The project submissions can be from individuals or teams. Credit for IDP hours is available to all participants working with a mentor. Each participant will be responsible for self‐reporting hours as detailed in the IDP Guidelines. A maximum of 300 hours are available. Intern and student submissions will be judged separately.
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