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LEED Gold Awards

The 700 East 4th Office project by Fryday & Doyne Architecture was awarded the first LEED Gold LEED-CI project award for Mecklenburg County. This particular renovation required careful control and management of many factors less critical in new construction. Recycling, material reuse, and operation process control play a big factor in obtaining LEED credits in a renovation/reconstruction.

For the Mecklenburg County Medical Examiners Office, Fryday & Doyne Architecture acted as a consultant to provide material selections and specifications directly related to a second LEED Gold Certification..

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The Chrysalis Award

 

Judges have awarded a coveted Chrysalis Award to Fryday & Doyne Architecture each of the seven years the firm has entered the competition. The awards honor more than 30 remodeling categories in four US regions. Fryday & Doyne competes in the South region: Alabama, Arkansas, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, the Carolinas, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, and the Virginias.

In 2016, Fryday & Doyne received a national Chrysalis Award for Best Full Home Renovation between $300,00 and $700,000 for the recently completed Zodtner Residence.

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Excellence in Remodeling Awards

Twice, Fryday & Doyne projects have won Excellence in Remodeling Awards open to projects throughout the Charlotte region. The annual awards are coordinated by the Remodelers Council, part of the Home Builders Association of Charlotte.

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2000/2004 Bottom Line Award

Both times Fryday & Doyne has entered the Charlotte AIA Bottom Line Awards competition, the firm has won. The Business Journal sponsors the competition, which is organized annually by the Charlotte chapter of the American Institute of Architects. This award recognizes projects in which design excellence is proven by measurable financial parameters to have enhanced an owner business.

Judges for the 2004 awards, all from the Baltimore area, expressed surprise that the winning Fryday & Doyne project had a budget of just $200,000. Judges for the 2000 competition, also won by Fryday & Doyne were architects from the Chicago office of Perkins & Will.

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NARI Awards

In the 2004 Contractor of the Year awards presented by the Charlotte chapter of NARI, the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, one of Fryday & Doyne’s design projects – a home renovation built by MB Speir Construction – won first place in two categories:

“Residential Bath over $25,000” and “Residential Interior”

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MAME Award

The new ten thousand square foot showroom for John Weiland Homes and Neighborhoods won the prestigious Best Showroom Award from the area organization for its facility where homeowners make all the selections for their homes, and a Professional Remodeler Magazine Gold Award – Best Commercial Remodel. In the year when several major homebuilders created new showrooms, this open but unifying design received great accolades and the top award.

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Carolinas ASID 2005 Award

Judges review entries from both North and South Carolina to select top honors for this joint ASID Chapter Award. Best Retail Design was awarded to Fryday & Doyne for the Park Road ABC Store where interior design and manipulation of space, light and décor made this project the top winner, and a successful venture for the ABC Board.

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Best of the Best Design Gold Award

The Professional Remodeler Best of the Best Design Awards recognize the highest achievement in design, quality construction, creativity and problem solving in 21 remodeling categories.

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Historic Charlotte Awards

Nominated by a neighbor in its unfinished state of construction, this project won an Honorable Mention for new construction in a Historic Neighborhood before it was even occupied! The project has been widely lauded in Dilworth for its scale and massing considerations which make a large house look like a bungalow.

Our work at Charlotte’s Old City hall, and work to preserve the Villalonga-Alexander House were responsible for two additional awards.

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