Phillips|Sekanick Architects strives to work hand-in-hand with others in the profession and within our community. Through these efforts, we have been part of extremely successful events or programs that have elevated organizations, groups or individuals. Additionally, our members support the profession through our involvement in the American Institute of Architects and other professional associations. We love to celebrate success. Below are just a few of these noteworthy accomplishments.
Earlier this summer, Phillips Sekanick Architects was recognized for our design of the Good Intentions Market & Cafe with the 2022 Commercial Revitalization Award that was presented by the Mahoning Valley Historical Society. The Award is part of the...
Phillips Sekanick Architects was recently recognized by AIA Ohio as a leader in the support of students, graduates and those members of the profession who are in the ARE testing sequence. Earlier this spring, Phillips Sekanick Architects was named as a recipient of AIA Ohio’s Early Professional Friendly Firm + recognition
The Tiffany Crossings project in Boardman, Ohio, designed by Phillips|Sekanick Architects, was awarded the Boardman Civic Association, 2019 New Building Award.
Firm principal Bruce Sekanick, FAIA recently declared his candidacy as for the 2020 AIA First President/ 2021 AIA President-elect.
Working with Cherubini Designs over the past month, Phillips|Sekanick Architects is pleased to announce the launch of our new website that showcases recently completed designs and projects of the firm.
Stephanie Gula, Assoc. AIA, BIM Manger for Phillips|Sekanick Architects was appointed as the AIA Ohio Associate Director on the AIA Ohio Board.
Firm principal Bruce Sekanick, FAIA, OAA was recognized by the AIA Board of Directors for his service as the 2017-2018 AIA national secretary as a Richard Upjohn Fellow.