Recognitions & Awards

 

"All rising to great places is by a winding stair."

- Francis Bacon

Featured Building

502 Rigsbee Avenue

Metal Architecture Magazine, April 2014

 

Featured Home

Metheny Residence

Durham Magazine, April 2014

 

Featured Building

502 Rigsbee Avenue

Retrofit Magazine, March-April 2014

 

Featured Building - Cover Story

502 Rigsbee Avenue

Roofing Magazine, March-April 2014

 

Featured Home

Spring Residence

Rural Modern by Russell Abraham, Images Publishing 2013

 

Best of Durham - Builder Bronze Medal

BuildSense

Durham Magazine, 2013

 

Best of the Triangle - Green Architect Finalist

BuildSense

INDY Week, 2013

 

Best of the Triangle - Green Builder

BuildSense

INDY Week, 2013

 

Champion Award for Sustainability

502 Rigsbee Avenue

Triangle CREW, 2013

 

Residential Home Tour Award

Spring Residence - Jury Selected Entry

AIA Triangle Residential Home Tour, 2013

 

Green Home Tour

Protzman Residence

Green Home Builders of the Triangle, 2013

 

Green Home Tour

Lowe-Umbanhowar Residence

Green Home Builders of the Triangle, 2013

 

Outstanding Renovation Project

502 Rigsbee Avenue

Downtown Durham Inc, 2012

 

Pyne Preservation Award

204 North Dillard Street

Preservation Durham Awards, 2012

 

Honor Award for Sustainable Properties

502 Rigsbee Avenue

Durham Golden Leaf Awards, 2012

 

Merit Award for Community Properties

"The Leaf" at Durham Central Park

With NCSU School of Architecture and Ellen Cassilly

Durham Golden Leaf Awards, 2012

 

Clean & Green For-Profit Business of the Year

BuildSense

Triangle Business Journal, 2012

 

Clean & Green Commercial Project of the Year - Runner Up

502 Rigsbee Avenue

Triangle Business Journal, 2012

 

Paul Harris Fellow

Randall Lanou

Rotary Foundation of Rotary International, 2011

 

Outstanding Development Project

"The Leaf" at Durham Central Park

With NCSU School of Architecture and Ellen Cassilly

Downtown Durham Inc, 2011

 

First Commercial Permitted Installation

Building Mounted Wind Turbines for Clean Energy Generation

502 Rigsbee Avenue, City of Durham, 2011

 

First Place

Randall Lanou with NCSU School of Architecture

NC Sustainable Building Design Competition, 2011

 

Green Home Tour

Spring Residence

Green Home Builders of the Triangle, 2011

 

Residential Home Tour Award

Zuco Residence - Jury Selected Entry

AIA Triangle Residential Home Tour, 2010

 

Residential Home Tour Award

Metheny Residence - Jury Selected Entry

AIA Triangle Residential Home Tour, 2010

 

Green Advocate of the Year

Randall Lanou

Triangle Business Journal, 2010

 

Home of the Month

Shamlin Residence

The News & Observer, May 2010

 

Green Home Tour

Roy Renovation

Green Home Builders of the Triangle, 2010

 

Featured Home

Shamlin Residence

Prefaboulous & Sustainable by Sheri Koones, Abrams Books 2010

 

Featured Home

Metheny Residence

"Why Modular?", Fine Homebuilding, March 2010

 

First Place

Randall Lanou with NCSU School of Architecture

NC Sustainable Building Design Competition, 2010

 

First NC Certified Home

Goldstein Residence

US Department of Energy Builders Challenge, 2009

 

Merit Award

Shamlin Residence

AIA Triangle, 2009

 

First Residential Permitted Installation

Water Use & Energy Reduction Plumbing Manifold System

Goldstein Residence, City of Durham, 2009

 

Green Home Tour

Goldstein Residence

Green Home Builders of the Triangle, 2009

 

Green Home Tour

Zuco Residence

Green Home Builders of the Triangle, 2009

 

Home of the Month

Metheny Residence

The News & Observer, March 2009

 

Featured Home

Davis Residence

"The Rise of the Citizen Architect", Metropolis, October 2008

 

Featured Home

Shamlin Residence

Beyond the Box, HGTV, 2008

 

Contributing Author

Erik Van Mehlman

Expanding Architecture; Design as Activism, Metropolis Press 2008

 

First Place

Randall Lanou with NCSU School of Architecture

NC Sustainable Building Design Competition, 2007

 

First NC Certified Home

Shamlin Residence

Green Home Builders of the Triangle - GHBT (now National Green Building Standard), 2006

 

Featured Building

Prarie Ridge Eco-Station

With Frank Harmon Architect

"Civic Buildings: Acting Locally", Architectural Record, November 2006

 

Home of the Month

Davis Residence

The News & Observer, April 2006

 

First Place

Randall Lanou with NCSU School of Architecture

USGBC Natural Talent Design Competition, 2006

 

Merit Award

Shamlin Residence

Golden Leaf Award, Durham City-County Appearance Commission, 2006

 

First Place

Randall Lanou with NCSU School of Architecture

NC Sustainable Building Design Competition, 2006

 

First Commercial Permitted Installation

Reclaimed Rain Water for Flushing of Interior Toilets

Prarie Ridge Eco-Station, City of Raleigh, 2005