AIA Seattle Honors Stanton P. Beck For Distinguished Achievement
Stanton P. Beck, partner at Lane Powell , has been named an honorary member of AIA (American Institute of Architects) Seattle.
AIA Seattle Honorary Membership recognizes “…a person of esteemed character who has rendered to the profession of architecture a valuable service within the territory of the Chapter, and has conspicuously upheld the aims of the profession.”
Stanton P. Beck, Esq. is a “dynamic attorney who has advocated for architects in Washington’s landmark cases of recent decades, establishing precedents that have made possible both good design and successful practice. As an advisor to the AIA Seattle Board of Directors, he has helped forge policies and agreements to advance effective team relationships among design and building professionals, and with the Practice/Ethics Committee has assisted architects to understand and meet their ethical and legal responsibilities. On behalf of colleagues from throughout the design and building industry, AIA Seattle thanks this effective advocate.”
Mr. Beck will be recognized at the AIA Seattle Honors Gala June 7. AIA national 2004 President Eugene Hopkins FAIA will join local leaders in recognizing distinguished national and local achievement by individuals and organizations.
AIA Seattle, a local component of The American Institute of Architects, represents some 2500 Members within the greater Puget Sound region. In its mission as a not-for-profit professional organization, AIA Seattle unifies the design community through communication and interaction; offers opportunities for professional learning and exchange; pursues programs of public information, advocacy, and service; and seeks to advance and serve the profession through concerted local, state, and national action.