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EAPC Architect Receives Early Career Architect Award

Shawn Crowley, architect for EAPC Architects Engineers since 2008, received the 2013 Early Career Architect Award from AIA North Dakota. He was presented with this prestigious award at their annual awards banquet in Fargo this past September. In ...

Shawn Crowley, architect for EAPC Architects Engineers since 2008, received the 2013 Early Career Architect Award from AIA North Dakota. He was presented with this prestigious award at their annual awards banquet in Fargo this past September. In order to be considered for this award, the nominee must be a registered architect in North Dakota 5 years or less who is a member in good standing with AIA North Dakota.

Crowley received his Masters of Architecture in 2010 from North Dakota State University. He and his fellow team member received 2nd place for their San Francisco High Rise design during 4th year at NDSU and he also won 2nd place in the Marvin Windows Design Competition for a school in Africa during year four. Crowley's thesis project was a Mackenzie Award finalist, which is the award for the best thesis project at NDSU. He was also presented the "Best Detailing" award for his thesis. Crowley has been instrumental in his role at EAPC, working on significant projects including the new Choice Health & Fitness in Grand Forks, the Minot State University Wellness Center project, and also significant work for the University of Jamestown.

About EAPC:

EAPC is a multi-disciplinary consulting firm with offices in Grand Forks, Fargo, Bismarck, Minot, and Williston, ND; Bemidji, MN; Norwich, VT; and Buenos Aires, ARG. EAPC was named 2013 People's Choice for Best Architect, as voted by the readers of the Grand Forks Herald.

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