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AWARDS

  • 2002-2003 ROME PRIZE Fellowship at the American Academy in Rome.  Fellowship period in Rome extends from September 16, 2002, until June 30, 2003.  For project description CLICK HERE.

  • 1999 DIRECTOR'S AWARD: federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), for collaborative efforts on the development of the Grant Acceleration Program and the Cost Estimation Format for Public Assistance disaster damage repair grants.

  • 1996 MERITORIOUS SERVICE AWARD: Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), for collaborative efforts in the creation of the FEMA Siesimic Hazard Mitigation Program for Hospitals. Responsible for the writing of the program rules and entrance criteria.

  • 1990 OLIVER TORREY FULLER AWARD: Association for Preservation Technology, International: for the best article for the year in the APT Bulletin.: "Bricks, Mortar, and Earthquakes, Historic Preservation vs. Earthquake Safety."

  • 1989 MERIT AWARD: California Preservation Foundation: Historic Structures Report, The Cascade Ranch Bunkhouse.

  • 1980 CITATION: National Endowment for the Arts: Design Arts grant project: Exhibition: "Amoskeag, A Sense of Place, A Way of Life," Currier Gallery of Art, September - November 1975.

  • 1980 CITATION: National Endowment for the Arts: Design Arts Grant Project: Documentary study: The Amoskeag Millyard, Manchester, N.H. 1969-72.

  • 1976 PROGRESSIVE ARCHITECTURE DESIGN AWARD: To the Lowell Team for the planning and design for the Lowell National Cultural Park, Lowell, Mass, 1976. (Randolph Langenbach, historical consultant.)

  • 1975 CITATION: American Society of Registered Architects: For historic preservation work on New England Textile Mills.

  • 1975 ANNUAL AWARD FOR CONSERVATION: The Victorian Society of America, New England Chapter: Awarded to the Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, N.H. for the Exhibition, "Amoskeag, A Sense of Place, A Way of Life," designed and produced by Randolph Langenbach.

  • 1971 FELLOWSHIP AWARD: National Endowment for the Arts, Photography Division: For Photographic documentation of the Amoskeag Millyard.

  • 1968 DAVID McCORD BOOK PRIZE: Harvard College: For the article "An Epic in Urban Design," Harvard Bulletin, Apr.16,1968.

 

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