IRTS Crisis and Recovery Center Wins AIA Minneapolis Merit Award
via AIA Minnesota
AIA Minneapolis announces six Merit Awards to projects designed by AIA Minneapolis architects that tell a story of excellence beyond design; emphasize public interest design; and embrace the varied forces that shape a building. Unique in its approach to assembling a jury, the AIA Minneapolis Merit Award encompasses the views of business professionals, real estate developers, community advocates, academic leaders, as well as architects.
UrbanWorks Architecture’s Guild Crisis and Recovery Center is the first mental health intensive residential treatment and crisis stabilization services facility in the Southwest Metro, located in Savage.
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