A. Ray Pentecost III, DrPH, FAIA, FACHA, LEED AP 

Ray Pentecost, a Knowledge Community exemplar, powerfully contributes to the transformation of practice as a tireless advocate and pioneer who conducts, uses, and integrates rigorous research from multiple specialty domains to create unique, complex designs.

Object Two: Practice Management, or Practice Technical Advancement 

Year Elevated - 2010

D. Kirk Hamilton, PhD, Emeritus FAIA 

Kirk Hamilton’s advocacy for excellence in architecture for health and visions for hospitals of the future have shaped new models of healthcare delivery through innovations in design, programming, and research leading to major completed projects.

Objective: Design 

Year Elevated - 1992

David G. Woodcock, FAIA, FSA, FAPT, Distinguished Professor ACSA

David Woodcock’s selection as a 1991 Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Distinguished Professor recognizes over twenty-five years of inspired, diverse teaching activity and academic leadership, marking him as one of the nation’s leading educators.

Objective: Education 

Year Elevated - 1992

Rodney C. Hill, FAIA

Rodney Hill, through over four decades of teaching, has helped shape the futures of countless architects; teaching the art of creative thinking.

Objective: Education 

Year Elevated - 2012

James Marion Singleton, IV, FAIA

James Singleton works beyond the bounds of his job as an architect, serving the Bryan/College Station community through his volunteer work and sponsorship of numerous charities and cultural organizations.

Objective: Community Service 

Year Elevated - 2015

Thomas Hayne Upchurch, FAIA

Tommy Upchurch, fulfilling the definition of citizen architect, has dedicated his career to improving the built environment through both his work as an architect and his volunteer leadership in his community of Brenham as well as state and local chapters of the American Institute of Architects.

Objective: Community Service 

Year Elevated - 2014