Architect Robby Johnston Joins GTSD Awards Jury

Recognizing sustainable development in the Triangle region.

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Robby Johnston, AIA

 

Raleigh architect Robby Johnston, AIA, partner and founding principal of The Raleigh Architecture Company, will serve on the Judges’ Panel for the 2015 Greater Triangle Stewardship Development (GTSD) Awards program honoring sustainable developments in the Triangle region.

Johnston’s expertise in sustainable design and construction and his experience in managing LEED projects were noted as the reasons for inviting him to join the Judges Panel.

The GTSD Awards program recognizes residential, commercial, and public land developments that demonstrate outstanding environmental stewardship through protection, conservation, improvement, and appreciation of the region’s natural resources.

The Judges Panel includes professionals in engineering, natural resources sciences, planning, architecture, landscaping, and others. Johnston’s fellow jurors are: Katherine Baer, Triangle Land Conservancy; Becky Smith, HydroStructures; Megan Bolejack, Pittsboro Parks & Recreation Board; Robert Patterson, Town of Morrisville; Mitch Woodward, NC Cooperative Extension; Scott Pohlman, NC Natural Heritage Program; Nancy Guthrie, Clean Water Management Trust Fund; and Roger Henderson, Moffatt & Nichol.

Projects considered for a GTSD award must be located in Chatham, Durham, Franklin, Granville, Johnston, Orange, or Wake counties. The Judges Panel will conduct site visits on February 4 and the awards will be presented during a banquet on April 29.

For more information on the GTSD Awards, go to trianglestewardship.org.

For more information on Johnston and The Raleigh Architecture Company, visit www.raleigh-architecture.com.

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About The Raleigh Architecture Company:

The Raleigh Architecture Company is an award-winning design-build firm specializing in Modern sustainable architecture, and craftsman-quality construction. As licensed architects and general contractors, we consider designing and building to be one integrated process. This streamlined approach empowers us to meet our clients’ economic expectations and to seamlessly execute high quality details, both small and large. Our office and shop are located under one roof in downtown Raleigh’s Warehouse District at 502 S. West Street. For more information visit www.raleigh-architecture.com, call 919-831-2995, or email: info@raleigh-architecture.com.

The Raleigh Architecture Co. Selects Blueplate PR as Agency of Record

Boutique public relations agency to direct PR campaign for one of

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Raleigh’s most sought-after design-build firms.

The Raleigh Architecture Company (RACo), one of the most sought-after design-build firms in the Triangle, has selected Blueplate PR, a boutique public relations agency, as its public relations agency of record.

Blueplate PR owner Kim Weiss will work with RACo owners Robby Johnston, AIA, and Craig Kerins, AIA, to increase awareness of the up-and-coming design-build firm on local, state, and national levels; to enhance the firm’s public image; and to build its brand through media relations, Internet presence, social media engagement, and community outreach.

“Robby and Craig are incredibly talented young architects,” said Weiss. “They consistently produce innovative, environmentally responsible, Modern designs rendered in craftsman-quality construction for clients who have nothing but praise for the process,” said Weiss. “Their stories, their work, and their exemplary client services deserve to be shared with the public and the profession. I’m honored and excited to work with Robby, Craig and their entire team at The Raleigh Architecture Company.”

Located in downtown Raleigh, Blueplate PR is the only public relations firm in the Southeast that specializes in architecture and architecture-related businesses, organizations, and non-profits. For more information, visit www.blueplatepr.net.

The Raleigh Architecture Company is also located in downtown Raleigh, in the Warehouse District, at 502 South West Street. For more information, visit www.raleigh-architecture.com.

About The Raleigh Architecture Company

The Raleigh Architecture Company is an award-winning design-build firm specializing in Modern sustainable architecture, and craftsman-quality construction. As licensed architects and general contractors, we consider designing and building to be one integrated process. This streamlined approach empowers us to meet our clients’ economic expectations and to seamlessly execute high quality details, both small and large. Our office and shop are located under one roof in downtown Raleigh’s Warehouse District at 502 S. West Street. For more information visit www.raleigh-architecture.com, call 919.831.2995, or email: info@raleigh-architecture.com.

NEWS & OBSERVER: “Downtown Raleigh neighborhood gets modernist homes”

By Sarah Nagem1v84LC.AuSt.156

— Less than a mile from a well-known modernist house that led to a lawsuit and neighbor disputes in Oakwood, two modern homes have quietly been completed, and three more are under construction.

Robby Johnston and Craig Kerins, co-owners of The Raleigh Architecture Co., designed two modernist homes that sit in the 500 block of East Edenton Street. Three more of their homes are under construction around the corner at the intersection of New Bern Avenue and Swain Street. READ MORE…